Pa. Panel Won’t Put Insurer On Hook In $3M Hotel Fraud Fight | #employeefraud | #recruitment | #corporatesecurity


Law360 (April 6, 2020, 2:41 PM EDT) — A Pennsylvania appeals court has rejected arguments that an insurer’s efforts to secure compensation from third parties connected to a $3 million false billing scheme at a Philadelphia hotel barred it from simultaneously pursuing legal action to disclaim coverage over the incident.

A three-judge Superior Court panel ruled in a published decision Friday that Gemini Insurance Co. had not implicitly waived its right to dispute its coverage obligations by accepting a settlement deal from third parties linked to the false billing scheme.

“This court has held that conditions going to coverage may not generally be waived by implication from the conduct…

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