Olivia M. Gross, senior partner at Newman Meyers Kreines Gross Harris, and Julian D. Ehrlich, a senior vice president at Aon Construction Services Group, write that while the Second Circuit in 'Preferred' did not address the primary CGL carrier's duty to defend the named insured employer, public policy would weigh against leaving the policyholder without a defense as a consequence of fulfilling its procurement obligation naming the owner and general contractor as additional insureds on its CGL policy.
New Dangers at the Intersection of Liability and Coverage
New York Law Journal
November 28, 2012
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