When the Show Can't Go On — Seeking Insurance Recovery for Concert Cancellations
Entertainment Law & Finance
April 7, 2011
The article addresses insurance protection against the risks of performance artists canceling shows or tours. It discusses alleged fraud, misrepresentation or concealment. The article provides examples of case law involving the duty to disclose all pre-existing conditions. It analyzes insurance cases involving Britney Spears and Toni Braxton and suggest steps an insured party should take when facing certain coverage defenses. The article also discusses policy exclusions and lost revenue claims in the context of cancellation insurance.