Claim for Reformation of a Contract Survives Dismissal Based on Allegations of Insured’s Inexperience

Claim for Reformation of a Contract Survives Dismissal Based on Allegations of Insured’s Inexperience

On March 15, 2022, Justice Ruchelsman of the Kings County Commercial Division issued a decision in Vashovsky v. Zablocki, 2022 NY Slip Op 30861(U), allowing the addition of a claim for reformation based on allegations of the insured’s inexperience . . . Continue reading Claim for Reformation of a Contract Survives Dismissal Based on Allegations of Insured’s Inexperience

Insurance Policy Provision That did not Comply with Insurance Law § 3404 is Unenforceable

Insurance Policy Provision That did not Comply with Insurance Law § 3404 is Unenforceable

On January 3, 2022, Justice Walker of the Eighth Judicial District Commercial Division issued a decision in Niagara BYG Capital, LLC v. Leatherstocking Coop. Ins. Co., 2022 NY Slip Op. 22015, an insurance policy provision that did not comply with Insurance Law § 3404 was unenforceable . . . Continue reading Insurance Policy Provision That did not Comply with Insurance Law § 3404 is Unenforceable