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Supreme Court of Ohio Holds Faulty Workmanship is Not an “Occurrence”

States are split as to whether faulty workmanship constitutes an “occurrence.”  A majority holds that defective workmanship, standing alone, is not an “occurrence,” whereas the minority finds that faulty workmanship is an “occurrence.”  Under the majority view, it’s an “occurrence” … Continue reading

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Additional Insureds by Contract: Developments and Lessons in 2011

I’m not getting nostalgic here, but this article discusses three 2011 cases deciding the status of additional insureds by contract.  This is always a concern for companies obtaining insurance for large construction projects, so it’s important to understand the key … Continue reading

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