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Policyholders with Long-Tail Claims Under Liberty Mutual Policies Should Be Prepared for 'Sea Change' in Claims Handling After...

On July 17, 2014, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company announced that it had entered into a multi-billion-dollar “retroactive reinsurance” arrangement with National Indemnity Company (“NICO”), a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway,...more

Forum-Shopping Insurance Companies' Latest Tricks

Decades ago, insurance companies tried to persuade trial courts in California to apply the law of some other state to multi-party environmental and asbestos insurance coverage disputes because the insurance companies believed...more

Is the Absolute Pollution Exclusion Absolute? It Depends on Which State Answers the Question

The battle over the scope of the absolute pollution exclusion in general liability policies continues to be fought in the context of defective drywall manufactured in China. An earlier blog entry discussed a Virginia court...more

Railroad Company Involved in Deadly Explosion Seeking Bankruptcy Protection

Railroad Company Involved in Deadly Explosion Seeking Bankruptcy Protection by Joel R. Glucksman on August 20, 2013 Railroad company Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Ltd., which has recently been in the media spotlight for...more

Insurance Recovery Law -- Apr 18, 2013

Ninth Circuit Narrows Insurers' Options in Pursuing Subrogation Claims Under CERCLA - Why it matters: The Ninth Circuit confirmed that Chubb could have maintained a subrogation action against potentially liable parties...more

BLG Canadian Insurance Law Newsletter - Fall 2011

Six articles in this edition covering class actions, product liability, Sale of Goods Act implied conditions, spoliation, CGL coverage, pollution exclusions, new civil procedure rules in Ontario concerning experts, police...more

Insurance Coverage Denied for Designer of Thomas & Friends Toys

Article on 7th Circuit opinion denying insurance coverage for the designer of the "Thomas & Friends" toys. This article was written by Dave Scriven-Young, an attorney with Peckar & Abramson, PC, and was originally...more

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