In The News
New York Fines Legoland $346,000 Just Weeks Before They Open by Lynda Keever, J.D. | May 18, 2021
Richard A. Fogel was recently featured in an article discussing a $346,000 fine leveled against Legoland New York for environmental violations related to stormwater runoff and petroleum spills at its soon-to-open location in the Hudson Valley. Mr. Fogel was interviewed regarding petroleum spill and stormwater runoff liability in New York under applicable state and federal laws.
Court Decisions Differ on Insurance Policy Coverage of COVID-Related Business Interruption Losses by Maureen Rubin, J.D. | Apr 23, 2021
Richard A. Fogel was featured in an article discussing how recent court opinions differ regarding insurance policy coverage for business interruption losses related to COVID-19 shutdowns or restrictions. Mr. Fogel was interviewed regarding pending legislation in New York that would eliminate virus exclusions in insurance policies and require insurers to cover certain business interruption losses.