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Continuous Trigger: The ShamWow of Coverage Issues – Sucking Insurers Dry of Much More Than Would Seem Possible

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 plate is very hot. Of course, when he's not looking...

California Supreme Court Issues Long-Awaited Allocation Decision: Adopts The “One Giant ‘Uber Policy’” Approach

By Randy J. Maniloff, White and Williams, LLP What do you call it when parties in California can get together and settle a trigger and allocation case? A Montruce. That didn't happen in State of California v. Continental Insurance Company . The Supreme Court of California HAS handed down...