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New York’s highest court, the Court of Appeals, has found issues of fact as to whether an insurance company that settled asbestos claims for nearly $1 billion (i) reasonably attributed nothing to the “bad faith” claims made against it in allocating the settlement amount, and (ii) gave unreasonable values to certain claims for settlement purposes. 

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