AIG Units Owe Sabre Monopoly Defense, NY Panel Says

Law360, Los Angeles (April 20, 2017, 6:56 PM EDT) -- Sabre Inc.’s roughly $300 million coverage dispute with two AIG units is headed to trial in October, after a New York appeals court Thursday affirmed a lower court ruling that the units could be responsible for most of the costs of American Airlines’ antitrust litigation against Sabre.

In a one-page ruling, a five-judge panel said efforts by the Insurance Co. of the State of Pennsylvania and Chartis Specialty Insurance Co. to dodge coverage outright were unconvincing, but sided with the lower court in ruling that a...
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