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Another State Court Limits the Enforceability of Anti-Assignment Clauses

Posted in Commercial General Liability (CGL)

We recently wrote about the California Supreme Court’s decision in Fluor Corporation v. Superior Court to limit the enforceability of clauses in third party liability insurance policies that prohibit the policyholder from assigning its interests in the policy without the insurer’s prior consent. The court held that these so-called anti-assignment clauses are not enforceable after… Continue Reading