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Employer’s insurer needn’t provide ‘conflict counsel’

An employer who was sued for discrimination could not require its insurer to appoint independent counsel because there was no actual conflict between the insured and insurer, the 7th Circuit has ruled in a declaratory judgment action.

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Insurer must show prejudice before denying claim

A liability insurer was required to show prejudice before it could deny coverage based on its insured’s failure to comply with a policy term requiring prompt notice of claims, the Texas Supreme Court has ruled in reversing judgment.

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