Solace For Wis. Suppliers Over Defective Components

Law360, New York (November 21, 2014, 10:36 AM EST) -- The complexities of modern commerce are such that there are few products that do not incorporate products from other sources. In fact, most end products are made up of dozens, hundreds or even thousands of different components, made and sold by various suppliers, and assembled by manufacturers who then sell the products into the marketplace. When one of the parties in the supply chain inadvertently supplies the wrong component, the results can be calamitous, and invariably lead to lawsuits. When there's a lawsuit, the question arises (as it always should) — is there insurance coverage?

The answer has not always been...

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