Unprecedented: Litigation Insights - Issue 27, October 2020

This 27th edition of Unprecedented, our weekly update on COVID-19-related litigation, sees us start with a discussion of a trend toward class actions, with later discussions on two key areas -- insurance coverage disputes and higher education refund claims. In between, we also discuss developments in constitutional challenges to shutdown orders, including a Michigan decision limiting Governor Whitmer's ability to take unilateral action that suggests courts may be reluctant to preserve broad executive powers as pandemic-related restrictions enter their eighth full month. And we also incorporate our thoughts on everything from wrongful death claims to patent litigation.

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