In their New York Court of Appeals Roundup, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett partners Roy L. Reardon and Mary Elizabeth McGarry discuss a recent holding that a real estate firm's relationship with a competitor in the transaction at issue was not sufficient to support an unjust enrichment claim, another decision that stated that if misrepresentations by the primary insured rendered the liability policy void such that the primary insured was not entitled to coverage, the additional insureds similarly would not be entitled to coverage, and more.
Unjust Enrichment, Additional Insureds, Issues in Criminal Practice
New York Law Journal
July 18, 2012
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