New York Adult Survivors Act ‘Lookback Window’ Opened on November 24, 2022, to allow survivors who were adults (18 and older) at the time they were sexually abused and assaulted to sue their abusers – regardless of when the offenses occurred.
U.S. District Court Finds Absolute Pollution Exclusion Ambiguous; What This Could Mean for Dry Cleaners/Industrial sites in New Mexico
Case law could be poised to become more favorable for Policyholders in New Mexico who are facing challenges related to Environmental Liability.
U.S. District Court Finds Absolute Pollution Exclusion Ambiguous; Predicts New Mexico Supreme Court Will Follow Indiana Rule
U.S. District Court Finds Absolute Pollution Exclusion Ambiguous Predicts New Mexico Supreme Court Will Follow Indiana Rule
Business Owners Should Tender Historical Insurance to Fund PFAS Contamination Remediation and Defense
Historical commercial general liability (CGL) insurance should be tendered to pay for PFAS investigation, cleanup, remediation, and legal defense.
New York makes Adult Survivors Act (ASA) law, eliminating statute of limitations for sexual assault cases for one year. Learn more.
A New York state court issued a noteworthy ruling in Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s, London, et al. v. NI industries, Inc. Read our analysis.