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Holy Mau: Florida Federal Court Rejects Continuous Trigger for Chinese Drywall Claims

I am serious. And stop calling me Shirley. By Randy Maniloff, Partner, White and Williams LLP Chinese drywall -- litigation over the smell of a rotten egg, uh, rolls on. For some insurers, Chinese drywall is a potentially large exposure. With that said, and since Chinese drywall coverage decisions...

For Insurers In Pennsylvania: Courts Continue to Sing The Praises of Kvaerner And Gambone

By Randy Maniloff, Partner, White and Williams LL Karen Carpenter, on life as an insurer in Pennsylvania handling construction defect claims: Everything I want the world to be Is now comin’ true especially for me And the reason is clear, it’s because Gambone is here It’s...

For Insurers In Pennsylvania, Courts Continue to Sing The Praises Of Kvaerner And Gambone

By Randy Maniloff, Partner, White and Williams LLP Karen Carpenter, on life as an insurer in Pennsylvania handling construction defect claims: Everything I want the world to be Is now comin' true especially for me And the reason is clear, it's because Gambone is here It's the...

Holy Mau: Florida Federal Court Rejects Continuous Trigger for Chinese Drywall Claims

I am serious. And stop calling me Shirley. By Randy Maniloff, Partner, White and Williams LLP Chinese drywall -- litigation over the smell of a rotten egg, uh, rolls on. For some insurers, Chinese drywall is a potentially large exposure. With that said, and since Chinese drywall coverage decisions...

Construction Defects as an ‘Occurrence’: State Legislatures Weigh In

By Edwin L. Doernberger and Theresa A. Guertin, Attorneys, Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C. In their article appearing in the November/December 2011 issue of Coverage, "Construction Defects as an 'Occurrence': State Legislatures Weigh In" by Edwin L. Doernberger and Theresa A....

Faulty Workmanship is Not an “Occurrence” But the Damage it Does Is an Occurrence

By Barry Zalma, Attorney and Consultant The Wisconsin Court of Appeal was called upon to resolve a dispute that arose out of damages suffered by VPP Group, LLC the grew from construction work being performed by contractors on a building owned by VPP. VPP was insured by Acuity. Acuity paid the damage...

Jing on Insurance Coverage for Construction Defects: Developments in Federal & State Law

Jing on Insurance Coverage for Construction Defects: Recent Developments in Federal and State Law by Audrey J. Jing of Kelley, Drye & Warren LLP examines the current split among jurisdictions as to whether a claim for defective workmanship falls within the scope of the standard form insuring agreement...