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Pennsylvania Court Holds That Violent Acts Are Not Lethal To The Duty To Defend

USA - May 4 2020 Pennsylvania’s highest court recently rejected Erie Insurance Exchange’s argument that it had no duty to defend a claim arising out of a shooting…

Syed S. Ahmad.

Protecting Against Product Recall and Food Contamination Losses Through Insurance

USA - March 5 2020 The interconnected global economy has led to a rise in product recalls across industries, particularly in food & beverage, automotive and consumer…

Sergio F. Oehninger, Syed S. Ahmad.

Insurance Coverage for Claims Stemming From the National Opioid Crisis

USA - February 25 2020 Claims stemming from the manufacture, sale, distribution and prescription of opioid products continue to proliferate, fueling opioid liability as an…

Lorelie S. Masters, Michael S. Levine.

For Businesses Suffering From Coronavirus Losses, Insurance May Be the Remedy

USA - February 6 2020 The World Health Organization (WHO) has designated the coronavirus an international public health emergency. With nearly 500 people dead and nearly…

Lawrence J. Bracken II, Lorelie S. Masters, Michael S. Levine, Sergio F. Oehninger, Syed S. Ahmad, Walter J. Andrews.

Washington High Court holds insurers bound by representations in agent’s certificates of insurance

USA - December 31 2019 In responding to a certified question from the Ninth Circuit in T-Mobile USA Inc. v. Selective Insurance Company of America, the Washington Supreme…

Michael S. Levine.