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McCarter & English on Panel Finds for Additional Insured Under Ongoing-Operations Clause: Tri-Star Theme Builders, Inc., et al. v. OneBeacon Ins. Co.

By Brian J. Osias and Michael C. Smith, McCarter & English, LLP Courts have struggled with the conflicting expectations of additional insureds and their insurers under the ongoing operations clauses frequently found in comprehensive general liability policies. In a recent decision with potentially...

CaseWatch: Insurance – Decisions from The Insurance and Reinsurance Report – December, 2011

Lexis.com subscribers may access the enhanced versions of the cases above. Non-subscribers may access the free, unenhanced versions on lexisONE , if available. Actions and Proceedings C.R. Pittman Constr. Co., Inc. v. Nat'l Fire Insurance Co. 2011 U.S. App. LEXIS 20002 [ lexis.com / lexisONE...

When an Additional Insured Is the Party Seeking Coverage, Courts Must Resolve Ambiguities in a Manner Consistent With the Objectively Reasonable Expectations of the Additional Insured

Transport Ins. Co. v. Superior Court , 222 Cal. App. 4th 1216 (2014), [ enhanced version available to lexis.com subscribers ]. In Transport Insurance Co. , the California Court of Appeal held that because the additional insured was the party seeking coverage, ambiguities found in the insurance policy...

Unique Look at One of the Newest Aspects of Construction Defect Coverage (And a Broker Warning)

If you do construction defect coverage work, then you’ve definitely seen an endorsement, on a general liability policy, that is along the lines of this (but with more detail): If liability arises out of the insured’s use of a sub-contractor, no coverage is owed to the insured if the sub-contractor...