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The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that, to disclaim coverage, an insurance company need not show that it was prejudiced by an insured’s failure to comply with the notice provision in a directors and officers “claims made” insurance policy, notwithstanding what other state courts might, or might not, be doing in connection with this issue.

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