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Did the Eleventh Circuit chip away at the Eight Corners Rule?

USA - April 3 2014 The Eight Corners Rule is a rule of contract interpretation employed by courts analyzing the duty to defend requirement in liability policies. In…

New York’s highest court cracks the door open on broker liability

USA - March 6 2014 Policyholders finding themselves without insurance coverage will often question whether their insurance broker is responsible. It is a logical…

“Aggravation and inconvenience” provide basis for insured to collect extra damages from AIG

USA - February 6 2014 Pursuing a claim for coverage when there is an underlying lawsuit for damages is difficult for any policyholder. They paid for insurance and expect…

Litigation costs are in your control, but first, someone must take control

USA - January 21 2014 Judges and clients continue to lament the cost of litigation. Some attorneys do as well but there is certainly less worry from those that make their…