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A federal district court in Montana, interpreting a claims-made-and-reported professional errors and omissions policy, has ruled that a claim against the insured was made when the insured became aware of the lawsuit against it, not when the suit initially was filed, and, therefore, was not covered by the policy because it was within the extended reported period following expiration of the policy.

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