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By Carl Pernicone, Samuel Reich
The New York Court of Appeals recently held that the aggregate policy limits of a multiyear excess policy following form to a multiyear subscription policy program should be "annualized."
By Alan Fidel
Once signed into law, Senate Bill 142 will overturn a controversial 2001 Florida Supreme Court ruling that altered Florida's product liability litigation by defining how motor vehicle crashworthiness cases are to be tried.
By William Enger, Laura Kelly
In City of Los Angeles v. San Pedro Boat Works, (9th Cir. March 14, 2011) No. 08-56163, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals addressed whether the holder of a revocable permit to use real property is an "owner" of that real property for purposes of imposing liability under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA).
By Adam Bialek
The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that an insurer owed a policy holder a defense under a general liability policy where the alleged patent infringement constituted "advertising injury" under the definitions of the policy.
By Carl Pernicone, Catherine Chen
In BP Air Conditioning, BP Air Conditioning Corp. subcontracted some of its work to Alfa Piping Corp.
By Susan Karlovich
Recent cases make clear that immigration status does not preclude illegal workers from pursuing claims against their employers. As such, U.S. employers are just as susceptible to being sued by illegal aliens as they are by workers here legally.