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The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has decided that an insurer is not obligated to defend or indemnity a Nevada doctor under his professional liability policy in a wrongful death suit involving a judge’s opioid-related death. The case is National Fire & Marine Insurance Company v. Scott Hampton, 2:18-cv-01338-JCM-BNW.

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