Law Before 2013 'K2' Insurance Decision Reinstated

, New York Law Journal

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Whiteman Osterman & Hanna partner Jason L. Shaw analyzes the Court of Appeals' recent decisions that eliminated a judicial economy rule the court had created only eight months earlier, allowing liability carriers to breathe a sigh of relief, and took a small bite out of the contractual two-year lawsuit limitations period in New York fire insurance policies.

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Originally appeared in print as Court of Appeals Reinstates Law Before 2013 'K2' Insurance Decision

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