The Interplay Between Advertising Injury Insurance And IP
Law360, New York (August 12, 2015, 10:16 AM EDT) -- Patent and other intellectual property infringement claims in district court litigation can sometimes implicate insurance issues. Because recognizing these issues requires familiarity with both IP law and insurance law, litigants may overlook opportunities for insurance coverage when considering defense strategy in IP litigation. Parties facing IP litigation are well served to review their comprehensive general liability policies with counsel to ensure they are not missing any coverage potential over defense costs or liability. Insurance coverage may be available depending on the particular facts and language of the policy, and the nature of the allegations in the underlying infringement action.
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