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K2-II Update: Insurers’ Breach of Duty Does Not Result in Automatic Liability in New York

In a 4-2 split, the New York Court of Appeals unwound a 2013 ruling that raised significant concern for insurers in denying requests for defense in liability matters. As a result, it is once again the rule in New York that an...more

The Seventh Circuit Holds That the “In Care of” and “Business” Exclusions Preclude Coverage Under a Homeowner’s Policy

In Nationwide Insurance Co. v. Central Laborers’ Pension Fund, No. 12-1784 (7th Cir. Jan. 11, 2013), the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit affirmed that a homeowner’s insurer was entitled to deny coverage...more

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