The global pandemic has changed the way the entire world does business, created unprecedented uncertainty in the defense and insurance industries, and forever changed the way cases are litigated across the country. Looking ahead, businesses can expect lawsuits to arise both directly and indirectly related to the pandemic. Additionally, there are an unprecedented number of cases queued up for trial, backlogged from COVID-19 court closures and, as seen in the many large verdicts rendered in recent months, the return to jury trials comes with an increasing threat of Nuclear Verdicts®.

Tyson & Mendes’ COVID-19 Resource Center has the tools for businesses and their insurers to stay informed on the latest developments impacting their cases, including court updates, articles, and webinar information about COVID-19 and COVID-19-related developments. Bookmark this page to easily to access the latest developments in civil litigation across the U.S.

Please reach out to our COVID-19 Taskforce to find out more. 


COVID-19 Practice Areas:

Casualty Liability

Employment Claims

Healthcare Liability

Insurance Coverage Litigation

Professional Liability and E&O Claims

Public Entity Claims

Retail, Restaurant, & Hospitality Claims

Trucking & Transportation Litigation

Court Updates:

COVID-19 Court Updates: Here
Nationwide COVID-19 Court Updates: Here
Statewide Jury Trial Restrictions: Here

COVID-19 Articles:

NHL Loss Could Mean Massive Win for Insurance Carriers

Author: Matthew Majd | July 12, 2022 12:31pm
The National Hockey League (NHL) is on the verge of losing a lawsuit alleging entitlement to coverage for pandemic losses from insurance carrier, Factory Mutual.  On February 24, 2022, California Superior Court Judge Sunil R. Kulkarni ruled the NHL...

The Show Must Not Go On

Author: Kristina Milone | March 2, 2022 3:59pm
COVID-19 lockdowns have hit New York Broadway productions and distribution companies particularly hard.  Loss of jobs, complete shutdowns, and an inability to conduct business safely has hindered organizations’ business. 

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