Panel Denies Rehearing, Says Refinery Owner Not Covered Under Policy NEW ORLEANS - The Fifth Circuit U. 29 denied a petition for rehearing after determining that a refinery owner seeking help with environmental cleanup costs under its parent company's insurance policy should have and could have discovered that it was not named as an insured under the policy simply by looking at the insurance policy sometime within the six years of the policy's issuance (AIG Specialty Insurance Company, f/k/a Chartis Specialty Insurance Company v. Panel: There Can Be No Estoppel Of Flood Policy's Proof-Of-Loss Requirement NEW ORLEANS - The Fifth Circuit U.
- Applying the four-corners rule to an insurer's duty to defend an additional insured general contractor, the Oregon Supreme Court on Dec.
Policyholder Is Entitled To Limited Number Of Underwriting Files BROOKLYN, N.
30 ruled that an insured is entitled to underwriting and claims files for a limited number of its London Market Insurers to determine if nonduplicative documents exists among the policies issued by the London Market Insurers to the insured (Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's, et al., v.
14 affirmed a trial court's ruling that an insured's liability for underlying asbestos claims arose from multiple occurrences because each individual's exposure to asbestos constitutes an occurrence (The William Powell Co.
Ohio Panel Affirms Trial Court, Says Liability Arose From Multiple Occurrences CINCINNATI - The First District Ohio Court of Appeals on Dec.
Oregon High Court Upholds Insurer's Duty To Defend Defects Case On Four-Corners Rule SALEM, Ore.