Representative Matters

Coverage

COVERAGE

Englert, Inc. v. Advance Metal Corporation

Determined that no claim for personal and advertising injury exists as defined under the policies for claims that insured reproduced, counterfeited or colorably imitated the “Metal Man” mark.

Danny Pakravan v. 495 Productions, Inc. Los Angeles Superior Court, Case No. BC 378908

Concluded coverage was available to production company for property damage sustained to home used in the filming of a VH1 reality television show.

Garth Schutte v. Alta California Regional Center, et al.

Concluded that the Insurer was not obligated to defend or indemnify insured or its employees against complaint of abuse of process, malicious prosecution, false arrest, negligent infliction of emotional distress and abuse of dependent adult.

Gina Villalobos v. Studio Services, Inc. Los Angeles Superior Court, Case No. BC320697

Determined insurer was not obligated to defend Studio Services for injuries sustained by worker who fell of camera truck because indemnity provision in lease agreement between Studio and insured was not a covered contract under the insured’s liability policy; camera truck was an “auto” expressly precluded from coverage and Studio did not qualify as a “protected person” under the insured’s auto liability policy.