'Jinx-Proof' and 'Reservation of Rights Letters'

, New York Law Journal

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In their Insurance Law column, Norman H. Dachs and Jonathan A. Dachs review the Court of Appeals' recent holding on reservation of rights letters, and whether the letter in question, which "contained some contradictory and confusing language," was clear enough to be an effective disclaimer of coverage.

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Originally appeared in print as Court of Appeals Decisions: 'Jinx-Proof' and 'Reservation of Rights Letters'

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