Calif. Court Sides With Aon In Row Over $20M Film Fiasco

Law360, New York (February 8, 2012, 4:01 PM EST) -- A California appeals court on Tuesday affirmed the dismissal of a film company's suit accusing Aon Corp. of negligently brokering an insurance policy that didn't cover $20 million in losses after an injury forced Samuel L. Jackson to drop out of a movie.

The state appeals court affirmed that a two-year statute of limitations barred Capitol Films U.S. LLC's suit, finding the clock on that statute started running when the company was informed that its policy wouldn't pay for it to abandon the movie altogether....
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