Last year’s legislative sessions in Sacramento, Calif., and in Washington, D.C., resulted in a number of laws affecting insurance coverage. While much of the legislation would not appear to have a substantial impact on the business community, at least compared with previous years, there are some new laws likely to be of interest to general counsel and other in-house attorneys.

TERRORISM RISK INSURANCE ACT

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