Between the Lines

A Discussion of Case Law and Statutory Law Affecting Commercial Lines of Insurance

Archive for December, 2013

Posted In: Duty to Defend

Never Mind, Says Pennsylvania Court: Narrow Pleading Rule Doesn’t Limit Insurer’s Duty To Defend Product Liability Claim

Product liability law lies at the intersection of tort and contract law.  In some jurisdictions (my home state of Massachusetts is one) a product liability claim is pled as a…

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Who Pays to Defend Those Damn Subpoenas?

All too often a company’s first and only response to a DOJ, SEC, or IRS subpoena is to bring in the big legal guns. While that’s fine, it’s not enough….

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