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Illinois Court Finds Notice Requirement Not Applicable to Additional Insured

By: Samantha Rothman In West Bend Mutual Insurance Company v. Community United School District 300, 2021 IL App (2d) 210108, the insurer sought a declaration that it had no duty to defend an additional insured, a school district, in connection… Continue Reading →

Northern District of Oklahoma Tackles Professional Liability Exclusions and the Meaning of Specialized Knowledge

In Am. Nat’l Property & Cas. Co. v. Select Mgmt. Group, 20-cv-542 (N.D. Okla. Mar 23, 2021), the Northern District of Oklahoma recently examined the meaning of “professional services” when evaluating the policy’s professional services exclusion. These terms were not… Continue Reading →

Pennsylvania Superior Court Holds Flood Constitutes An “Occurrence”

In Pennsylvania Manufacturers Indem. Co. v. Pottstown Industrial Complex, LP, 2019 WL 3281746, — A.3d —- (Pa. Super. Ct. July 22, 2019), the Pennsylvania Superior Court held an insurer owed a duty to defend its insured against a tenant’s claim… Continue Reading →

Duty to Defend Under Additional Insured Coverage Where Plaintiff’s Employer or Named Insured Not Named in Underlying Complaint

Numerous Illinois cases have considered the question of when an insurer must defend or indemnify an additional insured. E.g., Pekin Ins. Co. v. Centex Homes, 2017 IL App (1st) 153601; National Union Fire Ins. Co. of Pittsburgh, PA. v. R. Olson… Continue Reading →

CGL Dispatch Year In Review 2018

The holidays are a great time for reflection, and in that spirit, we here at the CGL Dispatch Blog would like to take a brief look back at some 2018 cases in which high courts addressed commercial general liability insurance… Continue Reading →

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