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Business Law News

Posted on: Apr 9, 2015

By Chris Mueller, Indiana Law Review

The Indiana Law Review Blog recently published an article by Lara Langeneckert, Deputy Solicitor General in the Office of the Indiana Attorney General and former clerk to The Hon. Mark S. Massa of the Supreme Court of Indiana. Her article titled “How Corporate Transactions Can Make Liability Insurance Disappear” discusses how, in the context of corporate sales, no-assignment clauses in commercial general liability insurance policies may be the basis for denial of coverage for pre-sale occurrences. Langenecket explores possible solutions to protect yourself or your clients from potentially unlimited uninsured liability for an occurrence inherited through a corporate transaction.

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