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Vicarious Liability & Additional Insured Endorsement – Duty To Defend Based on Extrinsic Evidence
Posted on 23 Jun 2015 by Barry Zalma

Capital City Real Estate, LLC (“Capital City”) initiated a declaratory judgment action in the District of Maryland, seeking a declaration that Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s London (“Underwriters”) were obligated to defend... Read More

Duty to Defend Triggered by Extrinsic Evidence Showing Insurer-Insured Relationship Existed
Posted on 24 Sep 2015 by Bullivant Houser Bailey PC

By Matthew E. Hedberg Last month, the Oregon Court of Appeals issued another decision that rejects a rigid application of the four-corners rule to determining the duty to defend. Previously, in Fred Shearer & Sons, Inc. v. Gemini Ins. Co. ,... Read More