The owner of Musso & Frank Grill, an iconic L.A. restaurant, filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against its insurance company, alleging breach of contract and bad faith for not covering its loss of income due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In the 243-page lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court of the Central District of California, attorneys for Musso & Frank Grill allege that Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance USA, Inc., in New York, failed to handle the restaurant's insurance claim for business interruption losses in a manner consistent with the standards of good faith and fair dealing.

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As regions nationwide steel themselves for the oncoming peaks of COVID-19 cases, the U.S. economy continues to stumble. But some emerging patterns suggest certain changes once it stabilizes.

For now, JPMorgan economists forecasted this week a 40% annualized decline in U.S. GDP for the second quarter, and a 20% surge in April's unemployment rate, with 25 million jobs lost. The number of people seeking unemployment benefits in the past three weeks totals 16.8 million.

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Baffled by the restrictions and sensing a race against the clock until they run out of cash or the program does, small businesses are scrambling to apply for government-backed loans to keep their companies afloat.

The requirements are especially confusing for venture-backed companies, many of which could be excluded from help under the original working of the $2 trillion stimulus package signed into law last week in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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