Oregon Supreme Court, Dancing Around “Ongoing Operations” Issue, Finds Insurer Had Duty to Defend Additional Insured
The Oregon Supreme Court has affirmed an appellate court decision that an insurer had a duty to defend an additional insured under its commercial general…
The Oregon Supreme Court has affirmed an appellate court decision that an insurer had a duty to defend an additional insured under its commercial general liability (“CGL”) insurance policy, although the court specifically did not determine whether the policy’s “ongoing operations” provision required that covered damages must have occurred before the additional insured had completed its work.
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