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A federal district court has ruled that a company that submitted an application for an Employment Practices Liability Insurance (“EPLI”) policy a few days before it learned of an employee’s oral harassment complaint had an obligation to update its application, and its failure to do so barred coverage when the complaint later turned into a written demand for damages. 

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