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A New York trial court has dismissed a subrogation action brought by an insurance company against a warehouse for damage caused by Superstorm Sandy to its insured’s artwork, concluding that the insured’s release of the warehouse from any liability for physical loss to the art meant that the insurer could not assert claims against the warehouse.

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