By: Anthony L. Miscioscia and Margo E. Meta A primary insurer has a duty of good faith to an excess insurer to attempt to negotiate a settlement with a third-party
Connecticut Appellate Court Breaks New Ground on Policy Exhaustion
Top Developments in Bad Faith, Defense Cost Reimbursement, Occurrence and Unfair Trade Practices
On March 17, 2021, the Eastern District of Pennsylvania issued its decision finding that an insurance carrier had no duty to defend its insured where the allegations in the underlying litigation involved claims of faulty workmanship.
This article provides a primer on PFAS, including the current regulatory framework and litigation landscape. We also identify some key emerging coverage issues insurers should be aware of when dealing with PFAS claims under liability and first-party property policies.
Cases to Know and Cases to Watch from our 2020 Year in Review.