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Jessica Meyer Provides Expert Analysis on Massachusetts High Court’s Lessons for Title Insurers to Law360


The Massachusetts Supreme Court rejected application of famously broad commercial general liability policy "in for one, in for all" duty-to-defend standard to title insurance policies, limiting title insurers’ defense exposure and leaving insureds holding the tab to defend against claims not covered by their title insurance policies. Jessica Meyer, a partner at Lindquist & Vennum, provided an expert analysis published in Law360 which discusses a pair of cases that challenges the scope of a title insurer’s duty to defend and the Massachusetts Supreme Court decision to twice reject the blanket application of the commonplace adage that “the duty to defend is broader than the duty to indemnify” standard title insurance policies.

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