NEW LIFE BROKERAGE SERVS., INC. v. CAL-SURANCE ASSOCS., INC., 02-2348
Under Maine law, the costs of remedial conduct required by a government agency to undo the effects of an insured's unlawful activity, even if the conduct alleviates or prevents damages to or losses by third parties, were not covered by an insurance policy "damages" liability provision materially indistinguishable from the policy provisions relied upon by plaintiff.
- Decided 06/24/2003
- Published 06/24/2003
HOWARD, Circuit Judge., Before HOWARD, Circuit Judge, CAMPBELL and CYR, Senior Circuit Judges.
United States First Circuit
Todd S. Holbrook, with whom Michael A. Hodgins and Bernstein, Shur, Sawyer & Nelson, were on brief, for appellants.
John S. Whitman, with whom Richardson, Whitman, Large & Badger, were on brief, for appellee.