Ohio Justices Nix Insurer's Duty To Defend In Opioid Suits

By Shane Dilworth (September 7, 2022, 10:39 AM EDT) -- The Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday overturned an appeals court's ruling that Acuity Inc. has a duty to defend a now-out-of-business drug wholesaler in public nuisance suits brought by governments over the opioid epidemic, finding the underlying actions were not brought "because of" bodily injury....

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