No, Virginia, There Is No Greenhouse-Gas Clause


In This Issue:

- Recent Decision – U.S. District Court Limits Coverage Available Under Employment Practices Liability Policy

- Eleventh Circuit Upholds Trial Court Ruling that D&O Policy Does Not Cover Costs of Informal SEC Investigation

- Deepwater Horizon: Federal Judge Rules BP Is Not an Additional Insured - Idaho Federal Court Rules that Administrative Proceedings Initiated by PRP Letters Constitute “Suits” Under Primary Comprehensive Liability Policies, Triggering the Duty to Defend, and RI/FS Costs are “Defense Costs”

- Magistrate Judge Recommends Allowing 9/11 Insurers’ Default Judgment Against Al-Qaeda

- Greenberg Sues New York Fed and AIG Over Government Takeover

- Florida Federal Court Holds Pollution and Bacteria Exclusions Do Not Bar Liability Coverage for Legionnaire’s Disease

- OIC and The London and Overseas Insurance Company Limited Scheme of Arrangement Increases Dividend to 55%

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Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, General Business Updates, Energy & Utilities Updates, Insurance Updates, International Trade Updates

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