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Reinsurance Trial Resolved after 10 Days and 15 Witnesses: “Follow the Fortunes” Cannot be Read into Reinsurance Contracts! Reinsurers Can Voluntarily Pay!
The Evolving Impact of Burlington v. NYC Transit: In New York, is Proximate Causation Necessary to Trigger the Duty to Defend an Additional Insured?
Second Circuit Holds That Policy May Be Rescinded Before a Claim is Submitted for Coverage
Eleventh Circuit: When an Insurer Has a Duty to Defend, Its Duty to Indemnify Is Not Ripe Until Resolution of the Underlying Lawsuit
Supreme Court of Georgia Raises the Bar for Bad Faith Claimants
South Carolina High Court Allows Malpractice Claim by Insurer Against its Assigned Defense Counsel
Wisconsin Top Court Limits “Knowing Violation” Exclusion By Looking Beyond Facts Alleged in Complaint
Injured Employee Triggers Additional Insured Coverage
Illinois Appellate Court Reverses Course on Trigger for Malicious Prosecution Claims
New Jersey Appellate Court Prohibits Unlicensed Drivers From Collecting PIP Benefits