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The Illinois Supreme Court, reversing an appellate court’s decision, has ruled that an insurance company could rescind a legal malpractice insurance policy that it had issued to a law firm based on one partner’s misrepresentation in a renewal application, rejecting the argument that the “innocent insured doctrine” prohibited rescission as to a law firm partner who did not have knowledge of that misrepresentation.

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