Contra Proferentem Will Remain Alive And Well In NY

By Benjamin Tievsky, Scott Greenspan and Stephanie Coughlan (August 22, 2022, 5:52 PM EDT) -- The doctrine of contra proferentem — according to which a contractual ambiguity is construed against the drafter — is a bedrock of New York insurance law, and has been since at least the 1880s....

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