By Jeff Sistrunk (November 20, 2015, 2:58 PM EST) -- Highly anticipated insurance rulings in recent months have overshadowed several other notable court decisions, including a Third Circuit opinion axing coverage for suits over Urban Outfitters' collection of customer ZIP codes and a Maryland appeals court's ruling that contractors can seek coverage for more than vicarious liability under subcontractors' policies.
While attorneys were focused on the California Supreme Court's decision to expand companies' ability to assign insurance rights and the Pennsylvania high court's ruling enabling policyholders to settle without their insurers' consent, some other decisions may have flown under their radar.
Here, Law360 recaps the recent insurance rulings you may have...
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