SAN FRANCISCO — The Ninth Circuit upheld the dismissal of claims against insurance companies brought by operators of several professional baseball teams, which claimed a virus exclusion in their policies doesn’t “preclude all coverage for their claimed losses.” The teams said the exclusion shouldn’t apply to the “attendant disease, resulting pandemic, governmental responses to the pandemic” and Major League Baseball not supplying players.

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BRIEF / October 1, 2021

Source: Baseball | Courthouse News Service

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