Evan H. Krinick, co-managing partner of Rivkin Radler, writes: The past term's significant insurance law decisions by the New York Court of Appeals resolved a variety of issues that will alter the practice of insurance law in important ways. But one decision in particular, in which the court evaluated the consequences to an insurance carrier of its breach of the duty to defend its insured, will surely be one of the most widely discussed and debated insurance law decisions rendered by the court in recent years.
Breach of Duty to Defend Stands Out Among Noteworthy Issues
New York Law Journal
August 26, 2013