Ohio Justices Back AIG In Chemical Co.'s $50M Coverage Row

Law360 (April 23, 2020, 7:18 PM EDT) -- Ohio's high court on Thursday dealt a strong blow to a Lubrizol Corp. unit's bid to force an AIG insurer to pay its entire $50 million limit toward the chemical maker's costs in litigation over faulty pipe materials, saying Lubrizol cannot compel one insurer to fully cover expenses resulting from property damage spanning multiple years.

Answering a certified question from an Ohio federal judge, the state Supreme Court rejected a request from Lubrizol unit Lubrizol Advanced Materials Inc. to impose "all sums" allocation in its dispute with AIG subsidiary National Union Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh, Pa. over coverage for its...

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