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District Court Holds “Reverse Preemption” by Missouri AntiArbitration Statute Precludes Enforcement of Policy’s Arbitration Provision

USA - May 9 2018 A Missouri district court recently declined to enforce a policy's international arbitration provision and refused to retain jurisdiction over a...

Geoffrey B. Fehling, John C. Eichman, Lawrence J. Bracken II, Syed S. Ahmad, Walter J. Andrews.


With the EU’s Global Data Protection Regulation Quickly Approaching, Policyholders Should Act Now to Maximize Insurance Coverage for Its Potentially Staggering Liabilities

USA, European Union - May 4 2018 May 25, 2018 should be a day circled on many company calendars. On that day, the European Union’s long-awaited Global Data Protection Regulation...

Paul T. Moura.


Eleventh Circuit Upholds Coverage for Environmental Damage from Sewage, Concluding It is Not a “Pollutant”

USA - May 1 2018 On April 20, 2018, the Eleventh Circuit affirmed an Alabama district court decision finding that an “absolute pollution exclusion” did not bar...

Alexander D. Russo.


Allocation Under New York Law: The Contract Language and the Facts Rule

USA - April 19 2018 Two recent decisions addressing allocation of long-tail liabilities demonstrate that resolution of the issue under New York law depends upon the...

Michael S. Levine.


Year in Review: Notable Insurance Coverage Developments of 2017!

USA - January 3 2018 In one of the most closely watched bad-faith cases of 2017, the Texas Supreme Court clarified substantial “confusion” among lower courts in Texas and...

Geoffrey B. Fehling, Michael S. Levine.