9TH CIR. DENIES ‘STOLEN PROPERTY,’ FILM CREDIT COVERAGE Sentience Studio v. Travelers Ins. Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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9TH CIR. DENIES ‘STOLEN PROPERTY, ’ FILM CREDIT COVERAGE Sentience Studio v. Travelers Ins. Co.

14 No. 40 ANINSCLR 11Andrews Insurance Coverage Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

9TH CIR. DENIES ‘STOLEN PROPERTY, ’ FILM CREDIT COVERAGE Sentience Studio v. Travelers Ins. Co.

14 No. 40 ANINSCLR 11Andrews Insurance Coverage Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

14 No. 40 Andrews Ins. Coverage Litig. Rep. 11
Andrews Insurance Coverage Litigation Reporter
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9TH CIR. DENIES ‘STOLEN PROPERTY,’ FILM CREDIT COVERAGE

Sentience Studio v. Travelers Ins. Co.

The 9th Circuit has denied “stolen property” coverage for a video/recording studio and one of its former executives in a dispute involving a business partner who allegedly removed equipment without authorization. The panel also ruled, however, that...
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