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Continuous Trigger: The ShamWow of Coverage Issues – Sucking Insurers Dry of Much More Than Would Seem Possible
Posted on 17 Oct 2011 by Randy J. Maniloff

Federal Court Rejects Continuous Trigger for Construction Defects Randy J. Maniloff, White and Williams, LLP We've all had a waiter use a towel to hold a plate and then put it down in front of us with the warning to be careful because the... Read More

Jing on Insurance Coverage for Construction Defects: Developments in Federal & State Law
Posted on 11 Sep 2012 by LexisNexis Insurance Law Newsroom Staff

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... Read More

Trespass Can Never be an Accident
Posted on 10 Aug 2011 by Barry Zalma

By Barry Zalma, Attorney and Consultant Insurance Is Insurance is a contract where a person (the insurer) agrees to indemnify another (the insured) against certain defined risks of loss, damage, or liability arising from a contingent or unknown... Read More

Faulty Workmanship is Not an “Occurrence” But the Damage it Does Is an Occurrence
Posted on 11 Jan 2012 by Barry Zalma

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... Read More

If You Build It, He Will Come (And Sue You)
Posted on 28 Dec 2010 by Randy J. Maniloff

By Randy Maniloff, Partner, White and Williams LLP 3 rd Circuit Addresses Construction Defect Coverage Under New Jersey Law The recent construction of New Meadowlands stadium in New Jersey – home of the Giants and Jets – has brought... Read More

Insurance Recovery and Counseling Alert: Georgia Supreme Court Holds That Negligent Construction Is an “Occurrence” Under CGL Insurance Policies
Posted on 17 Mar 2011 by johnlwatkins

By John L. Watkins, Partner, Barnes & Thornburg LLP In a 6-1 opinion issued on March 7, 2011, the Supreme Court of Georgia joined a growing national trend and held that negligent construction that results in damage to property other than the contractor’s... Read More

Insurance Recovery and Counseling Alert: Georgia Supreme Court Holds That Negligent Construction Is an “Occurrence” Under CGL Insurance Policies
Posted on 17 Mar 2011 by johnlwatkins

By John L. Watkins, Partner, Barnes & Thornburg LLP In a 6-1 opinion issued on March 7, 2011, the Supreme Court of Georgia joined a growing national trend and held that negligent construction that results in damage to property other than the contractor’s... Read More