Under What Circumstances Can Insurer Recover Defense Costs?

, New York Law Journal

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In her Professional Liability Insurance column, Sue C. Jacobs of Goodman & Jacobs writes: Although the duty to defend is exceedingly broad it is not absolute and not without the possibility that the insurer will be able to be reimbursed for some amount of defense fees expended.

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