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In an article in the New York Law Journal entitled, “Insurance Broker Liability: What Constitutes a ‘Special Relationship’?,” Robert D. Chesler, a shareholder at Anderson Kill & Olick, and Finley T. Harckham, a senior shareholder at the firm, explain that New York courts have not clearly defined the elements of the “special relationship” between a policyholder and its broker. 

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