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Defendants in litigation often (wrongfully) presume that if they are alleged to have acted “intentionally,” they prima facie have no insurance. However, in many instances, intentional conduct claims are covered, despite continued insurer efforts to convince policyholders that if the claim includes the word “intent,” the coverage response may include the word “denial.”

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