Evan H. Krinick, co-managing partner of Rivkin Radler, writes: The past term's significant insurance law decisions by the New York Court of Appeals resolved a variety of issues that will alter the pr
Manhattan Supreme Court Justice O. Peter Sherwood on Dec. 6 rejected several arguments put forth by Philadelphia Indemnity Insurance Company claiming that it was not liable for millions in legal fees
...Cite as: Bentoria Holdings v. Travelers Indemnity Co., No. 160, NYLJ 1202576313562, at *1 (Ct...
The court yesterday also analyzed the use of the terms "earth movement" and "reside" in separate rulings plumbing the ambiguity of insurance contracts. And the judges upheld, over the strenuous objec
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