What 'Advertising Injury' Means To 2nd Circ.

Law360, New York (June 25, 2013, 1:55 PM EDT) -- In CGS Industries Inc. v. Charter Oak Fire Ins. Co., No. 11-2647-cv (June 13, 2013), the Second Circuit recently concluded that an insurance policy’s coverage B did not cover liability alleged in a trademark infringement suit. The court did, however, conclude that the insurer had a duty to defend because there was “sufficient legal uncertainty about the coverage issue” at the time the tender was made. 

In the underlying case, CGS Industries Inc. supplied jeans to Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Five Four Clothing Inc. sued Wal-Mart for...
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