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A federal district court in Florida, applying Florida law, has ruled that an exclusion in a directors, officers, and private company liability insurance policy that barred coverage for a claim against an insured arising out of alleged contractual liability also precluded coverage for purported tort claims that depended on “the existence of actual or alleged contractual liability” of the insured.

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