OLYMPIA, Wash. - The Washington Supreme Court on July 3 found that a lower court erred when it delayed adjudication of an insurer's duty to defend Expedia Inc. against numerous underlying lawsuits alleging that Expedia failed to collect the right amount of local occupancy taxes from its customers, remanding for the lower court to decide the insurer's duty to defend and to stay discovery until a factual determination can be made as to which parts of discovery are potentially prejudicial to Expedia in the underlying litigation (Expedia Inc., et al. v. Steadfast Insurance Co., et al., No. 88673-3, Wash. Sup.; 2014 Wash. LEXIS 483).