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5 Insurance Rulings You May Have Missed In The 1st Quarter

Law360, Los Angeles (April 13, 2017, 8:00 PM EDT) -- Courts nationwide issued a number of important insurance decisions over the first three months of 2017, including the South Carolina Supreme Court's ruling outlining how insurers can preserve their rights to assert coverage defenses and the Maryland high court's holding that a carrier can't deny coverage based on a policyholder's late notice unless it suffers concrete prejudice.

Here, Law360 recaps five insurance rulings you may have missed in the first quarter of the year.

Harleysville Group Insurance v. Heritage Communities Inc.

On Jan. 11, the South Carolina Supreme Court sent a warning call to insurance companies by finding that a reservation...

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