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California Supreme Court Rules That General Liability Insurer Must Defend Employer Against Employee Misconduct Allegations

USA - June 18 2018 The Supreme Court of California has ruled that a general liability insurer must defend an employer against allegations of employee misconduct...

Cary D. Steklof.


California Supreme Court Rules That General Liability Insurer Must Defend Employer Against Employee Misconduct Allegations

USA - June 15 2018 The Supreme Court of California has ruled that a general liability insurer must defend an employer against allegations of employee misconduct...

Cary D. Steklof.


1st Cir. and Former SCOTUS Justice Find Ambiguous “Arising Out Of” Requires Cosby Defense

USA - June 13 2018 There was nothing ambiguous in former U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter’s ruling in AIG Property Cas. Co. v. Cosby, No. 17-1505 (1st Cir. June 7...


Construction Industry May Be At Risk For Uncovered Losses Due To Cyber Attacks

USA - June 13 2018 The construction industry is no stranger to insuring its projects against the risks of physical and natural disasters. Policies purchased to cover...

Alexander D. Russo.


Another Example Of Why We Keep Droning On About Ensuring Adequate Coverage

USA - June 5 2018 Darshan Karboj described a grisly scene during an October 2016 wedding. She alleges that, during the festivities, a photography drone operated by...

Paul Mayer.