Hurricane Sandy

23 ABA Journal Hurricane Sandy articles.

Likely Hurricane Sandy Coverage Issues Include Extent of Flood Exclusion, Multiple Causation, Mold

Although losses this week from Hurricane Sandy, which hit the Northeast hardest, are still being calculated, it appears that they will likely dwarf the billions racked up by Hurricane Irene,…

Election Forecast Is for Litigation if Hurricane Sandy Hampers Voting

Updated: Pundits are prognosticating how Hurricane Sandy could affect the presidential election—and produce legal issues and litigation in its wake.

Power outages, blocked roads, heavy snows and flooding are causing…

Hurricane Sandy Didn’t Stop Some NY Lawyers—and One Law Firm Chef—From Coming to Work

A few lawyers and paralegals at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe’s New York headquarters made it to work on Monday, even though the office was officially closed for Hurricane Sandy. One…

ABA Groups and Members Offer Help to Those Affected by Hurricane Sandy

As residents and businesses all along the East Coast are braced to deal with an expected hurricane of “Frankenstorm” proportions, the American Bar Association and its member attorneys have been…

Hurricane Sandy Shuts Down DC-NY Travel, and Lawyer Stays Put Post-SCOTUS Arguments

If you’re waiting out what could be one of the most devastating storms in the United States’ recent history, 1 First St. NE may not be the worst place to…

As Hurricane Sandy Sweeps In, Courts and Law Firms Close Down in DC, NJ and NY

Updated: As what is expected to be an epic storm sweeps into the East Coast from Florida to Canada and could hit the Northeast especially hard, courts and law firms…

Several Law Schools Announce Hurricane Sandy Closings

Law students at schools in many cities bracing for Hurricane Sandy will have the day off on Monday.

Among the law schools that have announced closings are Georgetown,…

As Hurricane Sandy Closes Many East Coast Courts, Supreme Court Stays Open on Monday

Updated: The U.S. Supreme Court isn’t going to let Hurricane Sandy put a damper on its proceedings, at least not on Monday.

Even as courts and governments across the Eastern…




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