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How Broad Can The Duty To Defend Be? Really Broad
Posted on 19 Oct 2015 by Randy J. Maniloff

We all know that the duty to defend is broad. But just how broad? You’ll see. Bear with me here. This is worth reading – but it takes a lot of set up to get there. Zhaoyun Xia v. Probuilders Specialty Insurance Co., No. 71951-3-I (Wash... Read More

Don’t Buy a Pig in a Poke – Carbon Monoxide Is a Pollutant
Posted on 9 Apr 2014 by Barry Zalma

Commercial General Liability (CGL) insurance provides extensive coverage to those insured by the CGL. However, it does not cover every possible event or injury. In Church Mutual Insurance Company v. Clay Center Christian Church, Defendant, Cheryl S. Green;... Read More

Environmental Coverage Summary: 2013 – Cases Interpreting the "Absolute" Pollution Exclusion
Posted on 24 Feb 2014 by LexisNexis Insurance Law Newsroom Staff

By Ellen J. Zabinski and Adam H. Fleischer Even a small sampling of 2013's leading insurance coverage decisions in the environmental realm clearly demonstrates the stark differences from state to state as to: whether injury from contaminants... Read More