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Let’s Eat Grandma = Let’s Eat, Grandma?

USA - January 10 2022 To the possible dismay of grammar purists, a federal court recently found that an insurance policy provision meant the same thing whether or not it…

Patrick M. McDermott

PA Judge Takes A Step in the Right Direction Refusing Dismissal of COVID-19 Claim

USA - October 30 2020 In another victory for policyholders, a Pennsylvania judge denied an insurer’s early attempt to avoid coverage for losses arising from the COVID-19…

Michael S. Levine

COVID-19 Event-Driven Litigation Continues to Sail

USA - November 18 2020 In March, we reported on the initial filing of several securities class action suits arising from the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). For example…

Andrea DeField, Latosha M. Ellis, Lorelie S. Masters

Harvard Learns Lesson About Timely Notice

USA - October 31 2022 While Harvard prepares to defend its admissions policies to the Supreme Court, one of its insurers continues to argue that a technicality prevents…

Lara Degenhart Cassidy

Grammatical Imprecision Continues to Fuel Coverage Disputes

USA - January 10 2022 Even an insurance practitioner’s grandmother would agree that an omitted comma can have dire consequences: compare “Let’s eat grandma with “Let’s eat…

Patrick M. McDermott