NU Online News Service, Nov. 8, 3:38 p.m. EST

In an important ruling this summer, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals decided that an online marketing firm was entitled to defense cost coverage under two different types of liability policies for the same spyware download incident.

Lawyers Richard J. Bortnick and Stephanie Gantman of Cozen O’Connor detailed the facts of the underlying case and the subsequent ruling by the July 23, 2010 ruling by the appeals court in Eyeblaster Inc. v. Federal Ins. Co. in a special article published in this week’s edition of National Underwriter’s print magazine.

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