Panel: Insurer Has No Duty To Defend Against Breach Of Fiduciary Duty Lawsuit

Panel: Insurer Has No Duty To Defend Against Breach Of Fiduciary Duty Lawsuit

ELGIN, Ill. - An Illinois panel on March 16 affirmed a lower court's ruling that a commercial general liability insurer had no duty to defend against underlying breach of fiduciary claims, finding that the underlying allegations do not fall under the policy's advertising or personal injury coverage (Pekin Insurance Company v. Precision Dose Inc., et al., No. 2-11-0195, Ill. App., 2nd Dist.; 2012 Ill. App. LEXIS 184).

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