Court grants motion to amend to add insurance company as defendant.

Law360 published a piece about a court decision granting a motion to amend that I wrote.  In short, I represented a policyholder that suffered an explosion and fire at its plant and sought insurance coverage for the related losses.  The policyholder had brought suit against its first party property insurers, and then sought leave to amend to add its pollution liability carrier.   The Federal District Court for the District of New Jersey granted the contested motion.  For the full piece, click here (subscription required).

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