A New Jersey court rule that allows insureds prevailing in coverage disputes to recover legal fees applies even when that litigation takes place out of state, the N.J. Supreme Court says.

The court, in a 6-1, one-sentence, per curiam decision on Tuesday, adopted the Appellate Division’s opinion in Myron Corp. v. Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co. (pdf), 407 N.J. Super. 302 (2009).

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