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The Henley v. Love Lesson: Where Experts Must Tread

by Blair Dancy In addition to the complexities inherent in coverage law, coverage litigation brings its own set of challenges. One recurring question: When does a coverage case require an expert opinion? See, e.g., Don's Bldg. Supply, Inc. v. OneBeacon Ins. Co., 267 S.W.3d 20, 29 (Tex. 2008) (“Pinpointing the moment…

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Stowers After Patterson: Same As It Ever Was?

by Matthew Steven Paradowski In April 2015 an opinion issued by the First District Court of Appeals in Houston caught the rapt attention of liability insurers and insurance law practitioners in the State of Texas, as it appeared to fundamentally alter the Stowers duty—the sole common law duty owed by…

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The Implications of the Deepwater Horizon Decision

by Veronica Martinsen Bates In a case worth hundreds of millions of dollars, the Texas Supreme Court definitively ruled that coverage to an additional insured, when acquired by contract, is limited not only by the policy terms but also by the terms of the contract itself. In Re Deepwater Horizon, 2015 WL…

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