Insurance disputes have occupied much of the Texas Supreme Court’s time of late, and the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals likely has just added to that caseload.

On Aug. 8, the 5th Circuit sent the high court two certified questions that need to be decided in OneBeacon Insurance Co. v. Don’s Building Supply Inc., a construction-defect case with potentially far-reaching implications: “What is the proper rule under Texas law for determining the time at which property damage occurred for the purposes of an occurrence-based general liability policy?”

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