5 Insurance Rulings You May Have Missed This Summer
By Jeff Sistrunk (September 9, 2016, 6:56 PM EDT) -- High-profile insurance decisions released this summer upstaged other notable rulings, including a New York appellate court's holding that Ace doesn't have to pick up National Grid's cleanup costs for years where no pollution liability insurance was available on the market and a New Jersey court's holding that a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency demand is a covered "suit."
While headlines were dominated by the New York high court's decision that each excess policy issued to a pair of pump makers can be held liable for the entire loss resulting from asbestos claims against the companies and an Arizona federal court's ruling curtailing...
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