It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! But Is It Insured? California Case Reinforces Importance of Liability Coverage for Drone OperationsAs the popularity and diverse nature of drones increase, the liability risks associated with drone operations increase as well. A California federal judge recently held that a standard CGL aircraft exclusion barred liability coverage for injuries related to drone operations. The case arose out of a wedding reception gone wrong when a wedding photography company

Coverage for Cannabis? How Cannabis’s Legal Limbo Affects Property Insurance PoliciesA recent federal court of appeals’ decision raises interesting questions for all policyholders, particularly commercial and residential landlords with tenants that grow, possess, and/or distribute cannabis, even where it is legal to do so under state law.

In K.V.G. Properties, Inc. v. Westfield Ins. Co., decided by the United States Court of Appeals for