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Maryland Casualty Co. v. Continental Casualty Co.

The court holds that under New York law, an insurer has no duty to defend a manufacturing company for environmental claims arising from gradual pollution under two insurance policies issued in 1973 and 1976. The gradual pollution...

Employers Ins. of Wausau v. Duplan Corp.

The court holds that under New York law, insurers are not obligated to defend and indernnify a clothing manufacturer from private and government damage claims stemming from contamination at the manufacturer's New York and Virgin Islands...

New York v. Ludlow's Sanitary Landfill, Inc.

The court holds that an insurer need not provide coverage to a metal manufacturer that failed to give the insurer timely notice of a state claim seeking remediation of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) contamination. The manufacturer's...

American Ins. Co. v. Fairchild Indus., Inc.

The court holds that insurers have no duty to indemnify or defend an insured against Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act and state-law claims brought by New York State for remediation of contamination...

Independent Petrochemical Corp. v. Aetna Casualty & Sur. Co.

The court holds that two insurance companies have no duty to defend or indemnify a company that served as the intermediary for the disposal of dioxin-contaminated waste against personal injury and property damage claims allegedly...