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Diana Gliedman, Marshall Gilinsky and Rhonda Orin
Insurance Coverage for Swine Flu Claims

As the world braces for a Swine Flu pandemic, the first concern of every business is the safety of their workers – and customers, if they’re in the hospitality industry or another business that draws people into physical proximity to one another...

Daniel E. Feinberg
SNR Denton on Addison Insurance Co. v. Fay: The Supreme Court of Illinois Adopts the "Time and Space" Test for Purposes of Determining the "Number of Occurrences"

In Addison Ins. Co. v. Fay, 2009 Ill. LEXIS 176 (Ill. Jan. 23, 2009), the Supreme Court of Illinois unanimously held that the deaths of two boys constituted two separate occurrences because the insurer presented insufficient evidence from which it could...

Vincent E. Morgan
Preparing Your Business for the 2009 Atlantic Hurricane Season

The Atlantic Hurricane Season officially runs from June 1 to November 30, though peak activity usually occurs in August and September. With the beginning of tropical storm activity just around the corner, now is the time to prepare your company and review...

Claire Wilkinson
Chinese Drywall Hearing

Health and product safety issues associated with imported drywall will come under Congressional spotlight at a hearing scheduled this Thursday (May 21) by the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation . The hearing will be held at...

Randy J. Maniloff
Policyholders to Gambone: We’ve Got to Stop Meeting Like This

Ordinarily I would not discuss a case in Binding Authority involving an issue that had been addressed just one month earlier. But as long as Gambone continues to be the Susan Boyle of Pennsylvania insurance coverage law, any news about the case on everyone’s...

Randy J. Maniloff
Gambone Rolls On – Third Circuit: No Coverage For Consequential Damages of Faulty Workmanship

For the past fifteen months talk in Pennsylvania insurance coverage circles has been dominated by one word – Gambone. Everywhere you turn the discussion has been about this Superior Court decision and its effect on construction defect claims. The...