Insurers Did Not Act In Bad Faith In Reversing Coverage Position, Judge Finds

HONOLULU - Insurers did not act in bad faith in reversing their coverage position regarding construction defects claims, a Hawaii federal judge ruled Oct. 22; however, the judge allowed claims for negligent misrepresentation, negligent omission and reformation to proceed to trial (Illinois National Insurance Co. and National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, PA v. Nordic PCL Construction Inc. f/k/a Nordic Construction Ltd., No. 11-00515, D. Hawaii; 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 151748).

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