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Texas Adopts Uniform Trade Secrets Act—Sanford Warren says that this law provides more certainty to businesses, while bolstering trade secret protection.

Waiver Clause Doesn't Bar Pursuit of Damages—An AIA waiver of subrogation does not limit the owner's right to seek recovery for contractors' damage to nonwork. Kent Holland relates a recent case.

The CGL and the Professional Liability Exclusion—Craig Stanovich explains CG 22 79 and CG 22 80 and provides illustrations of their application.

Intellectual Property and Media Liability Insurance Market Survey 2014—The complimentary executive summary to the April issue of The Betterley Report discusses new products, including patent infringement and media liability coverage.

Chemical Spill in West Virginia—While interesting to understand how it happened, Rod Taylor explains that learning why it occurred and the lessons are more important.

Court Finds No Construction Defect Coverage Under CG 20 10—The particular language of additional insured endorsements can prove critical. Mark Bell relates a Fifth Circuit decision.

Policy Must Say What Insurer Means—In a recent Texas case, the insurer denied the claim based on language not in the policy. Barry Zalma provides the details.

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