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Dentons on Consequences of Inadequate Reservation of Rights
Posted on 15 Dec 2014 by William T. Barker

By William T. Barker, Partner, Dentons US LLP In Advantage Buildings & Exteriors, Inc. v. Mid-Continent Casualty Co., 2014 Mo. App. LEXIS 975 (Sept. 2, 2014), the court recognized that there was no coverage, but still held the insurer liable... Read More

Ten Most Significant Insurance Coverage Decisions Of 2014 – The Loudest Case Yet To Conclude That A Reservation Of Rights Letter Was Ineffective For Lack Of An Adequate Explanation
Posted on 22 Dec 2014 by Randy J. Maniloff

In Advantage Builders & Exteriors, Inc. v. Mid-Continent Casualty Co., -- S.W.3d – , 2014 Mo. App. LEXIS 975 (Mo. Ct. App. 2014), [ enhanced version available to lexis.com subscribers ], Mid-Continent’s insured, Advantage Builders, was... Read More

Regional Steel: The Continuing Effort to Avoid the Cost of Correcting the Insured’s Work
Posted on 17 Nov 2014 by DLA Piper

By Eliot R. Hudson , Carl H. Poedtke III , and Stephen W. Schwab Casualty insurers normally do not expect to pay the cost of their insureds simply doing a good job. Insurers typically view their contracts as assuming the risk of delineated consequences... Read More