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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.

Jury Finds Broker Liable for Policyholder’s Insufficient Business Interruption Limits

USA - October 18 2019 After a four-day trial, an Arizona federal jury found that Western Truck Insurance Services, Inc., an insurance broker, was negligent in selling...

Michael S. Levine.

Opioid Settlement Triggers Insurer’s Duty to Indemnify Where Covered Claims Are “Primary Focus” of the Action

USA - October 11 2019 A federal court in Illinois ruled recently, in Cincinnati Insurance Company v. H.D. Smith Wholesale Drug Company, that Cincinnati Insurance Company...

Michael S. Levine.

Third Circuit Limits Pennsylvania’s Kvaerner Decision; Unexpected and Unintended Injury May Constitute an “Occurrence” Under Pennsylvania Law

USA - September 17 2019 The Third Circuit ruled on Friday that differing “occurrence” definitions can have materially different meanings in the context of whether product...

Michael S. Levine.

California Supreme Court Holds that Requirement of Prejudice for Late Notice Defense is a Fundamental Public Policy of the State for Choice of Law Analysis

USA - August 30 2019 California’s highest court held yesterday in Pitzer College v. Indian Harbor Insurance Co., that the State’s insurance notice-prejudice rule is a...

Lorelie S. Masters, Michael S. Levine.