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In late July, the company that produces the TV show “The Morning Show” filed a COVID-19 related business interruption lawsuit against a Chubb Ltd. unit claiming breach of contract and bad faith. The case is Always Smiling Productions LLC. v. Chubb National Insurance Co. 

Always Smiling Productions LLC produces The Morning Show and filed the suit in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles. The suit charges that Chubb National Insurance Co. refused to pay its business interruption claim in connection with COVID-19 related shutdowns beginning in March of 2020 because the production company had not suffered “direct or physical loss or damage.”

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