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Insurance – ‘Malpractice’ policy – Antitrust exclusion

Where a judge found that an insurance company had no duty to defend a policyholder against charges of antitrust violations and other wrongs, that ruling was proper based on an antitrust exclusion in the policy.

The Saint Consulting Group, Inc. v. Endurance American Specialty Insurance Company, Inc. (Lawyers Weekly No. 01-289-12) (23 pages) (Boudin, J.) (1st Circuit) Appealed from a decision by O’Toole, J., in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Robert D. Cohan, with whom Cohan Rasnick Myerson, Jonathan D. Plaut and Chardon Law Offices were on brief, for the plaintiff-appellant; Michael F. Perlis, with whom Richard R. Johnson, Rachael Shook, Locke Lord, Michael P. Roche and Murphy & Riley were on brief, for the defendant-appellee (Docket No. 12-1569) (Nov. 2, 2012).

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