Understanding Insurance Coverage for Intellectual Property Claims

November 6, 2019

Courts typically construe intellectual property exclusions contained in standard Commercial General Liability insurance policies to preclude coverage for claims arising out of infringement of trade secrets or other intellectual property rights, but coverage may be afforded where the theory of liability against the insured extends beyond intellectual property rights.

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