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The Colorado Supreme Court, reversing a decision by an intermediate appellate court, has declined to extend the notice-prejudice rule (which it previously had applied to the notice provision of an occurrence-based liability policy in Friedland v. Travelers Indemnity Co., 105 P.3d 639 (Colo. 2005)) to a no-voluntary-payments clause.

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