Texas Supreme Court Holds Energy Company Can Recover Substantial Defense Costs Under Insurance Policy Covering Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
Hurricane Florence Recovery Resources Available
New York High Court Rules on “Unavailability Exception” to Pro Rata Allocation in Long-Tail Environmental Coverage Case
Washington Supreme Court Reaffirms that Pollution Exclusions Do Not Bar Insurance Coverage Where Negligence Is the Primary Cause of a Loss
Insurance Policyholders Score Victory on Critical Allocation Issue in Second Circuit Olin Decision
Lost Insurance Policy? Pursuing Coverage for Long-Tail Environmental Liability Still Feasible
Second Circuit Offers Policyholders Painful Reminder on Giving Notice of Claims: Don’t Wait, Use Correct Addresses, and Be Specific
In Deepwater Horizon insurance coverage dispute, Fifth Circuit affirms favorable ruling for policyholders and certifies unfair insurance practices question to Texas high court
Texas Supreme Court Rules that CERCLA PRP Letters and Enforcement Proceedings Are “Suits” Subject to the Duty to Defend Under Standard CGL Insurance Policies
Texas Supreme Court Rules Additional-Insured Coverage is Limited by Underlying Indemnification Agreement in In re Deepwater Horizon
Alleviating The Nightmare: Insurance For Product Recall
The Legal Concerns of Historic Insurance
Beware of "Absolutes": "Absolute" or "Total" Pollution Exclusions Should Not Bar Insurance Coverage of Product Claims Against Pesticide Manufacturers
Water Contamination Suits Likely to Hit N.Y.: Vexing Issues Seen Arising in Claims Over MTBE
Preemption Defense Cracks in Pesticide Exposure Cases
U.S. Mass Tort Litigation
N.Y. High Court to Decide: What Is "Other Insurance"