As more and more plaintiffs’ attorneys are using lack of notice to argue that the Distribution of Material exclusion is ineffective, American Family illustrates an effective way to establish adequate notice where actual documentation may be lacking.
On November 21, 2018, the New York Supreme Court, Onondaga County, issued a summary-judgment ruling on a number of coverage issues arising from asbestos-related bodily injury claims.
Insureds Suing Individual Adjusters – What Will Change If The Washington Supreme Court Decides That Adjusters May Be Sued For Bad Faith? and Top Developments
Top Developments in Attorney’s Fees, Bad Faith, Number of Occurrences, Occurrence, Property Damage – Loss of Use, Reservation of Rights and Statute Of Limitations – Negligent Procurement
A recent opinion by the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division (Second Department) highlights the potential risks for an insurer leaving an insured unrepresented while the insurer pursues other parties or insurers who may be primarily responsible for defending the insured.
The federal district court in Hall found that the policy “unambiguously excluded coverage for the faulty workmanship claims” in the underlying action.
Covering an American Epidemic: Insurance Coverage Issues Arising out of the Opioid Crisis and Top Developments
Top Developments in Bankruptcy Injunction, Defense Cost Reimbursement, Duty to Defend, Estoppel, Excess Insurance, Occurrence and Settlements
In a highly anticipated decision, a sharply divided Florida Supreme Court reversed the decision of the state’s Fourth District Court of Appeal and reinstated a jury’s $9.2 million verdict against GEICO. . .
The court’s August 18, 2018 decision dealt with four Midland excess policies issued to American Smelting and Refining Company (ASARCO).