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Insurer Does Not Have a Duty to Defend Insured when Allegations in the Complaint are Intentional, Criminal Conduct Under E&O Policy
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A recent decision by the Appeals Court of Massachusetts held that an insurer did not have a duty to defend its insured despite that claims of negligence were asserted in the underlying complaint.

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Update on Maryland Appellate Law

The Court of Special Appeals recently held that a party may not rely on procedural gamesmanship to circumvent the rule that an appellant is limited to either in banc review or an appeal from an adverse decision.

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Past Articles

Representations & Warranties Policies: A Coverage Primer

Representation and Warranties policies (R&W policies) insure representations made by a Seller…

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Reported Data Breaches Involving Maryland Residents on the Rise

Data breaches continue to occur on a spectrum of small to significant scale that can affect businesses…

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Maryland Takes on the SEC in Debate Over Fiduciary Standard of Care

The Maryland legislature may soon be considering legislation that would require Maryland-licensed…

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Baltimore City Increases Recordation & Transfer Taxes for Some Real Estate Transactions

In a bid to provide a reliable source of funding for an affordable housing trust, Baltimore City Council…

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Preparing, Adapting and Responding to Cyber Incidents: Marriott International Case Study

Cybersecurity is an issue that every company, of every size, must address as part of standard risk…

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