The 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that companies cannot recover the cost of fighting lawsuits or administrative cases alleging wrongful director or officer conduct unless the cases name the individuals as parties.

In a Thursday ruling in Medical Mutual Insurance Co. of Maine v. Indian Harbor Insurance Co., Judge Bruce Selya affirmed the District of Maine’s summary judgment for Indian Harbor.

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