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Mike Aylward and Eric Barber on “Getting the Drop on Excess Insurer: The Wisconsin Supreme Court Finds that an Excess Insurer Has a Duty to Defend in Johnson Controls in the Absence of Underlying Exhaustion”

By Mike Aylward and Eric Barber The article, “Getting the Drop on Excess Insurer: The Wisconsin Supreme Court Finds that an Excess Insurer Has a Duty to Defend in Johnson Controls in the Absence of Underlying Exhaustion,” by Michael F. Aylward and Eric Barber appears in the September/October...

Holy Terms And Conditions: Wisconsin Supreme Court Says Kapow To Insured’s Argument That Bat Guano Is Not A Pollutant

By Randy J. Maniloff, White and Williams, LLP There are two significant Pollution Exclusion cases where I've been looking forward to a decision - the Indiana Supreme Court's in State Automobile Mut. Ins. Co. v. Flexdar and the Wisconsin Supreme Court's in Hirschhorn v. Auto Owners Ins ...