Insurance Update

October 17, 2018 | Robert Tugander | Greg E. Mann | Insurance Coverage

Our October Insurance Update is packed with interesting cases.

We begin with a pair of cases addressing whether the insured’s liability was because of property damage. One case deals with future lost profits, the other concerns the failure to award a college degree.

In our next pair of cases, the homeowner’s insurer properly denied coverage. Did the bad faith claims survive? Two cases, two different outcomes.

In another pair of cases, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court weighs in on what’s an “advertising idea” while an Ohio court tackles whether bitcoin is property for purposes of a homeowners policy.

We also include cases involving a data breach, voluntary payments, and whether evidence tampering falls within a malicious prosecution exception.

We hope you enjoy the update.

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