Judicial Treatment Of Interrelated Acts: Part 1

Law360, New York (December 5, 2016, 6:06 PM EST) -- Courts' analysis of whether multiple acts, errors, omissions or claims are interrelated or related and subjected to single or multiple limits of liability has tended to be fact-specific and sometimes result-oriented. Courts have reached widely varying conclusions regarding the extent to which claims must be related in order to constitute a single claim under an insurance policy. Courts interpreting insurance policies with interrelated wrongful acts provisions typically weigh the specific allegations in the complaints, the degree of contemporaneousness and whether any common scheme or method of...
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