Hanover Wants No Part Of $17M AT&T Arbitration

By Daphne Zhang (March 5, 2021, 9:01 PM EST) -- The Hanover Insurance Co. asked a Texas federal court on Friday to rule it doesn't have to cover its client in a $17 million arbitration with AT&T Services Inc. over a home security technology-related contract dispute.

Hanover is asking the court to hold that it is not obligated to defend or indemnify Genesis Networks Telecom Services, as its technology professionals liability policy only covers an "anomaly" arising from Genesis' product and work and AT&T has not alleged any product or work defects against Genesis in the underlying arbitration, according to the filing. In fact, the arbitration is over something else altogether,...

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