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California Supreme Court Recognizes “Substantial Prejudice” Requirement as Fundamental California Public Policy

September 19, 2019, Covington Alert

Can an insurance company covering a risk in California use a New York choice of law clause to circumvent California’s pro-policyholder “notice of claim” rules?

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