When the Capano family business empire sits at the defense table in a civil lawsuit arising out of the murder of Anne Marie Fahey, it will have the reluctant support of insurance company lawyers.

U.S. District Judge Murray Schwartz ruled that five insurance companies must defend Louis Capano and several of the family businesses in the suit filed by Fahey’s brothers and sister.

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