If you have any questions or need more information, contact Paul A. Briganti.
Delaware Law May Govern D&O Coverage Dispute Transferred to Another District
If you have any questions or would like further information, contact Celestine M. Montague or David Creagan.
Next, Please: The Fast Food Industry is Hit With the Latest PFAS Suit
By: Gregory S. Capps Over the last couple of years we have seen various industries impacted by litigation involving the newest emerging contaminant, per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Suits have been brought against manufacturers of firefighting foam, shoe manufacturers, carpet manufacturers, and cosmetics manufacturers, among others. In the first suit involving the fast food industry,…
New York Appellate Court Restores Insurer’s Right to Seek Pro Rata Allocation of Settlements Between Insured and Uninsured Periods
If you have questions or would like additional information, please contact Patti Santelle or Frank Perch.
Massachusetts Business Court Addresses Defense Cost Allocation and Non-Cumulation Provisions in Long-Tail Context
A business court in Massachusetts has weighed in on two key issues affecting allocation of insurance coverage for long-tail liabilities in the state.
The Complex Insurance Coverage Reporter – 2021 Year in Review
Welcome to CICR’s annual recap of insurance cases you should know about.