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Holding: Employer’s Insurer Owes Duty to Defend Additional Insureds Despite That Employer Was Not Named as a Defendant in Original Complaint Under Illinois Law

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit ruled in Scottsdale Insurance Company v. Columbia Insurance Group, Inc., No. 19-3315 (7th Cir. Aug. 26 2020) (Illinois law), that the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois did… Continue Reading →

TRESSLER WIN: Wisconsin Court of Appeals Affirms Application of “Breach of Contract Exclusion” to Preclude Coverage

In Great Lakes Beverages, LLC v. Wochinski, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals held that the Breach of Contract Exclusion precluded coverage for an underlying tortious interference claim, such that AMCO Insurance Company (AMCO) did not owe any duty to defend… Continue Reading →

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