British ruling offers hope to beleaguered publicans
Irish publicans have taken some encouragement from a recent British Supreme Court verdict on pandemic insurance claims
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FBD says pub court decision is limited to specific policies
The insurer has told most of its customers that their policies don‘t cover Covid-19, and is refusing to pay the plaintiffs’ full legal costs
All bar none: publicans’ court victory to cost insurers dearly
Last Friday’s finding against FBD in a test case taken by four publicans will have wide-reaching implications for the hospitality sector
Varadkar adds to pressure on insurers over Covid cover
Judgment opens way for about 1,300 claims from business owners, while Sinn Féin calls on Central Bank to launch tracker mortgage-style examination