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Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP | USA | 19 Nov 2018

Court Rules Insured Has Duty To Read Insurance Policy Sooner Rather Than Later

In a recent case involving claims against an insurance broker, Judge Graham Mullen firmly put the burden of reviewing an insurance policy and


Nater Dallafior Rechtsanwälte | Switzerland, Global | 29 Oct 2018

Copyright enforcement in Switzerland

A structured guide to copyright enforcement in Switzerland


Baker & Hostetler LLP | USA | 11 Nov 2012

Hulkamania is running wild: let the battle begin (in court)

Terry Bollea, better known by the professional wrestler with the stage name Hulk Hogan (“Hogan”), is involved in an unattractive legal battle that presents an unusual intersection of the First Amendment, copyright law, and privacypublicity issues.


Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | Canada | 9 Nov 2011

All manner of claims in this website misuse case

The BC Supreme Court’s decision in Century 21 Limited Partnership v Rogers Communications Inc., 2011 BCSC 1196, sounds like a law-school mooting problem, given the number of issues it covers.


McDermott Will & Emery | European Union | 19 Oct 2011

The European Commission's new best practice guidelines on antitrust proceedings

The European Commission’s new guidelines for best practices during antitrust procedures introduce some new elements that could be beneficial for companies under investigation, complainants and interested third parties if handled in the right way.


Aird & Berlis LLP | Aird & McBurney LP | Canada | 21 Sep 2011

Century 21 v. Rogers: a look at online copyright infringement and breach of contract

The internet is not a law-free zone where anything goes.


Wiley Rein LLP | USA | 14 Sep 2011

No coverage where complaint alleges lawyer acted as unlicensed broker

The United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida held that there was no coverage and no duty to defend under a lawyers professional liability insurance policy for a lawsuit that failed to allege that the insured attorney acted in his capacity as a lawyer on the grounds that there was no Wrongful Act as defined by the policy.


Wiley Rein LLP | USA | 7 Sep 2011

Exclusion for sexual misconduct precludes duty to defend against employer

Applying Texas law, the United States Court of Appeals has held that an exclusion for claims “arising out of” sexual misconduct applied to bar coverage for a medical group for a lawsuit alleging that its employee sexually assaulted a patient.


Farrell Fritz PC | USA | 2 Aug 2011

Action against swimming pool installer for defective installation is dismissed: Rush v. Swimming Pools by Jack Anthony, Inc.

In an April 25, 2011 decision by Justice Warshawsky, the Court granted defendant’s motion to dismiss all six claims asserted, thus dismissing the action.

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