Jury To Don 3D Glasses At $36M Olin Enviro Coverage Trial
Law360, New York (August 28, 2018, 8:25 PM EDT) -- Manhattan jurors weighing Lamorak Insurance Co.'s liability on $36 million worth of claims by Olin Corp. will see three-dimensional aerial shots of Olin's pollution cleanup efforts to spice up what U.S. District Judge Jed S. Rakoff has called an “interminable” insurance dispute that went to trial Tuesday.
Olin counsel Craig C. Martin promised that the 3D experience would enhance what is expected to be a four-week trial before Judge Rakoff to determine whether and how much Philadelphia-based Lamorak owes the Missouri-based weapons and industrial chemical maker under three policies from 1970.
Olin says Lamorak owes it $20 million for the cleanup...
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