4 Key Insurance Rulings You May Have Missed

By Jeff Sistrunk (April 12, 2019, 5:38 PM EDT) -- Several important insurance decisions flew under the radar in early 2019, including an Illinois appeals court's precedential ruling that an insurer must defend a subcontractor in a faulty work case and a Ninth Circuit opinion rejecting the expansion of a law barring coverage for intentional acts.

Here, Law360 looks at four decisions that insurance attorneys should know from the past few months.

Acuity Insurance Co. v. 950 West Huron Condominium Association

In a first for an Illinois appeals court, a three-judge panel of the state's First Appellate District ruled March 29 that a subcontractor's insurer must help defend it against claims...

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