Law360, New York (October 11, 2012, 1:43 PM ET) -- Not all property insurance policies include choice-of-law provisions, and the selection of state law can determine coverage. This article examines how different choice-of-law analyses may apply, taking into consideration how policies may be formed by entities in different states, often through electronic communication.
Regardless of which test applies, the place of formation of the contract may be significant. Of course, any analysis should begin with the language of the policy: some policies contain choice-of-law provisions, while in other policies, a merger clause or a countersignature provision may determine the place of contracting.
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The Role of Emails In Insurance Choice-Of-Law Analysis
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