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The duty to defend is always broader than the duty to indemnify. California case law, and that of most states, requires that the insurer provide a defense if there is “potential” that coverage applies. This has resulted in allegations that create, through creative lawyering, a “potential” for coverage. The Supreme Court of California recently concluded that there is a line that the potentiality arguments cannot cross.

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