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Michigan Appeals Court Rules Against Coverage for Uncontaminated but Seized Cheese

A Michigan appellate court recently ruled that a commercial property insurer properly denied coverage for the cost of cheese seized by the government that could not be returned to market.  In this unpublished opinion, the three-judge panel upheld the trial

Posted in Acts or Decisions Exclusion, Commercial Property Insurance, Contamination, Food Manufacturer, Food Recall, Food Safety, Governmental Action Exclusion, Insurance Coverage, Listeria, Loss of Market Exclusion

Seeking Contribution for Coverage Costs Associated with Historic 2011 Listeria Outbreak

Continental Western Insurance Company (“CWIC”) recently filed suit against Colony Insurance Company in Colorado federal court seeking declaratory relief and contribution for Colony’s alleged failure to share in defense and indemnity costs in connection with the deadly 2011 listeria outbreak. 

Posted in Contamination, Contribution, Duty to Defend, Duty to Idemnify, Food Recall, Food Safety, Insurance Coverage, Liability Policy, Listeria, Occurrence, Trigger of Coverage
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