Topic: Illinois Developments

Seventh Circuit: Insurer Has Duty To Defend West Virginia’s Suit Against Drug Distributor Seeking To Recover Amounts Expended By The State Caring For Drug-Addicted Citizens

Based on the policy language before it, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit recently found that an insurer has a duty to defend a pharmaceutical distributor in a lawsuit brought by West Virginia’s attorney general alleging that drug distributors contributed to the rise of so-called “pill mills” and, given the massive quantities of drugs ordered, they should have known that the drugs were being used for illicit and destructive purposes.

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Update: Illinois Adopts Amendment to Simplify Insurer Record Retention and Destruction Requirements

The Illinois Department of Insurance (“IL DOI”) has amended its record disposal and destruction regulation effective May 23, 2016, significantly reducing reporting, book-keeping and retention obligations for Illinois domestic insurers, as well as any principal U.S. office of a foreign or alien insurer located in Illinois.

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