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New York v. Blank

ELR Citation: ELR 21215
Nos. Nos. 93-7952 et al., 27 F.3d 783/(2d Cir., 06/13/1994)

The court holds that pollution exclusion clauses in three comprehensive general liability insurance policies do not relieve insurers of their duty to defend a pesticide company and its president in a suit by the state of New York under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and state law....

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