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An appellate court in New Jersey, affirming a trial court’s decision, has ruled that an employer’s business owners’ liability insurance policy was primary to an employee’s personal umbrella policy and, therefore, that the employer’s insurer had to reimburse the employee’s umbrella carrier for the payments it had made to settle a lawsuit brought against the insureds.

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