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The bankruptcy of insured directors did not relieve the insurer that had issued a directors and officers (“D & O”) endorsement to a commercial general liability (“CGL”) insurance policy of the obligation to defend or indemnify them, even where they had been dismissed from the lawsuit, an appellate court in Wisconsin has ruled.

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