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Furnishing something to another party doesn't mean it literally needs to be handed to the person for an entity to by liable. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A Delaware court has ruled that insureds were in the business of “furnishing alcoholic beverages” within the meaning of a liquor liability exclusion in an insurance policy even if they did not actually pour drinks but only arranged for alcohol to be served at events.

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