Insurance UpdateJanuary 9, 2019 | Robert Tugander | Greg E. Mann |
We hope you had an enjoyable holiday and that your new year is off to a good start.
Here’s a quick look at the cases discussed in our January Insurance Update.
- Nevada Supreme Court Says Insurer That Has Not Acted in Bad Faith May Still Be Liable for Any Consequential Damages Caused By the Breach of Its Duty to Defend
- Vermont Supreme Court Finds That False Pretense Exclusion Does Not Bar Loss Arising from Email Scam
- Kentucky Supreme Court Decides That Water Exclusions Did Not Preclude Coverage of Water Damage Caused by Ruptured Water Main Line
- Tenth Circuit Concludes That Insurer Had No Duty to Defend Action Where Policies Limited Coverage to Insured’s Duties as Corporate Officer
- Eighth Circuit Rules That Corporate Officer and Company Were Not Entitled to Defense in Suit Alleging Breach of Asset Purchase Agreement
- Texas District Court Finds That Defects, Errors, and Omissions Exclusion Barred Coverage for Damage to Building’s Windows
- Washington District Court Rules That Insurer Had No Duty to Defend Insured for Environmental Claims Where It Was Not Legally in a Defensive Position
The Nevada Supreme Court decision has generated the most buzz, and is a decision that insurers should be aware of.
The Vermont Supreme Court decision is another interesting case involving insurance coverage for cyber-related scams. This body of law continues to develop, but recent cases have tended to favor policyholders.
We hope that you find this update informative.
Rob Tugander and Greg Mann
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- Robert Tugander
- Greg E. Mann