Category Archives: Coverage Disputes

What You Need to Know About the New Federal Rules in 90 Seconds or Less

Litigation partner Brian Jones describes the important changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure in this fast-paced video:

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Indiana Supreme Court Rules on Insurance Coverage

A divided Indiana Supreme Court looked to the Articles of Incorporation of the Indiana Youth Soccer (“IYSA”) to find that no insurance coverage was owed when one of its member teams, the Carmel Commotion, was involved in an automobile accident … Continue reading

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Courts Rebuff Policyholders Who Seek Defense of Antitrust Class Actions

Recently-filed lawsuits in California and Georgia follow a trend of CGL policyholders demanding defenses to antitrust conspiracy claims under the theory that the antitrust class actions seek damages for “personal and advertising injury.” The same playbook, however, has not succeeded … Continue reading

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