Recent Important Decisions Involving Insurance

, New York Law Journal

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In her Professional Liability Insurance column, Sue C. Jacobs, a member of Goodman & Jacobs, reviews decisions in which the Court of Appeals addressed the timing of the insurer's disclaimer based on the insured's failure to cooperate, held that in order for a tenant to recover damages from mold in an apartment, the tenant must establish both the specific and general causes of the mold, and more.

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