FAILURE TO DEFEND LAW FIRM IN MALPRACTICE SUIT NOT BAD FAITH McNeill & Assocs. v. Cont'l Cas. Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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21 No. 10 Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage 6
Westlaw Journal Insurance Coverage
*1 December 10, 2010
Duty to Defend
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FAILURE TO DEFEND LAW FIRM IN MALPRACTICE SUIT NOT BAD FAITH

McNeill & Assocs. v. Cont'l Cas. Co.

A law firm whose insurance carrier rejected its request to defend it in a malpractice suit cannot move forward with its bad-faith claim because the carrier's obligations under the policy were not clear, a Connecticut federal judge has ruled.
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