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In this Special Report: "The Unknown of 'Known Losses,'" " When Computer Fraud Is Not 'Computer Fraud'," "'Burlington': Duty to Defend Additional Insureds Still Going Strong," "Capital Requirements for Insurance Businesses: What They Are, Why They Matter," "Interpreting Dwelling Clauses in Homeowners' Policies" and "Transaction Liability Insurance: Where Corporate Deals, Insurance Claims-Handling Intersect."
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$2.25 Million Award in Civil Action Against Convicted Rapist Explained
Court Reinstates Med Mal Case Over Catheterization Gone Awry