02/29/2012 04:36:18 PM EST
Policy Unambiguously Barred Insured's Liability For Slander, Panel Finds, Reverses
ATLANTA - A personal liability insurance policy unambiguously excluded from coverage an insured's liability for slander because the insured "undisputably acted with specific intent to harm," the 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals ruled Feb. 29, reversing and remanding a lower court (Van P. Finger v. State Farm Fire and Casualty Ins. Co., No. 11-13300, 11th Cir.).
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