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Aerojet-General Corp. v. Commercial Union

The court holds that sums agreed to be paid as a settlement of litigation are not subject to indemnification as "damages" under excess liability insurance policies. The case arose after a rocket and missile manufacturer sued for breach...

Overton v. Consolidated Ins. Co.

The court holds that a pollution exclusion clause did not bar an insurer's duty to provide coverage to a city power agency sued by an asbestos removal company for additional remuneration under an asbestos removal contract. The insurer...

Huntzinger v. Hastings Mut. Ins. Co.

The court holds that an insurance company does not owe a duty to defend and indemnify policyholders in an action arising out of the policyholders' maintenance of a solid waste dump on property subsequently sold to a developer. The court...

Wisconsin Power & Light Co. v. Century Indem. Co.

Applying Wisconsin law, the court holds that the environmental investigation costs incurred by a utility company at two sites it previously owned are not damages under the company's comprehensive general liability (CGL) policies....

Bell Lumber & Pole Co. v. U.S. Fire Ins. Co.

The court holds that under Minnesota law, an insured wood treatment company's deliberate disposal of pentachlorophenol (penta) sludge on the ground is not an "occurrence" within the meaning of primary comprehensive general liability or...

Bituminous Casualty Corp. v. Tonka Corp.

The court holds that an insurer has no duty under its comprehensive general liability insurance (CGL) policies to defend or indemnify a toy manufacturer subject to state administrative enforcement proceedings to remedy groundwater...

Aetna Casualty & Sur. Co. v. General Dynamics Corp.

The court holds that a district court erred when it interpreted pollution exclusion clauses in comprehensive general liability (CGL) insurance policies as not relieving an insurer of its duty to defend and reimburse an insured for its...

Hartford Accident & Indem. Co. v. U.S. Fidelity & Guar. Co.

The court, in a case of first impression under Utah law, holds that the "sudden and accidental" phrase in a comprehensive general liability policy pollution exclusion clause means abrupt or quick and unexpected or unintentional. An...

Armotek Indus. v. Employers Ins. of Wausau

The court, applying Pennsylvania law, holds that an insured cannot recover the costs of a state-mandated cleanup of hazardous waste under general liability insurance policies. The court first holds that Pennsylvania rather than New...

Grisham v. Commercial Union Ins. Co.

The court, on petition for rehearing, replaces its opinion at 21 ELR 20913, and holds that under Arkansas law, cleanup costs under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (...