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Goldberg Segalla LLP | USA | 14 May 2019

Contractual Liability Exclusion Defeats General Contractor’s Bid Against Six Insurers for Defense and Indemnity in West Virginia

West Virginia’s highest court recently handed down a well-articulated decision on the scope of a CGL policy’s insuring agreement and exclusion for


Frost Brown Todd LLC | USA | 16 Apr 2012

The learned intermediary doctrine

The term “learned intermediary” was coined in a 1966 decision by the Eighth Circuit when the court reasoned that, in situations involving prescription drugs rather than normal consumer items, “the purchaser’s doctor is a learned intermediary between the purchaser and the manufacturer.”

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