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Posted Nov 10, 2010

NLRB Complaint: News Release

In a decision that could substantially impact the scope of Additional Insured coverage afforded by General Liability policies, New York’s First Appellate Department recently held in W&W Glass Systems, Inc. v. Admiral Insurance Co., No. 6592, 111707/09, 2010 N.Y. Misc. LEXIS 3756, at *2–3 (N.Y. App. Div. 1st Dep’t Jan. 19, 2012), that the “caused by your ongoing operations performed for [the Named Insured]” trigger found in certain Additional Insured Endorsements, including the subject Endorsement at issue therein, does not “materially differ” from the more traditional “arising out of” trigger used in many Additional Insured Endorsements. ”In a decision that could substantially impact the scope of Additional Insured coverage afforded by General Liability policies, New York’s First Appellate Department recently held in W&W Glass Systems, Inc. v. Admiral Insurance Co., No. 6592, 111707/09, 2010 N.Y. Misc. LEXIS 3756, at *2–3 (N.Y. App. Div. 1st Dep’t Jan. 19, 2012), that the “caused by your ongoing operations performed for [the Named Insured]” trigger found in certain Additional Insured Endorsements, including the subject Endorsement at issue therein, does not “materially differ” from the more traditional “arising out of” trigger used in many Additional Insured Endorsements. ”

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