Insurers Must Cover Bear Stearns Settlement, Judge Says

, Commercial Litigation Insider


A "dishonest acts" exclusion clause in its liability policies does not exempt insurers from covering a $250 million settlement reached between the Securities and Exchange Commission and a J.P. Morgan subsidiary, a Manhattan state judge ruled.

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