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Intentional acts do not constitute an “occurrence.”

January 1, 2011
General Star Indemnity Company, Inc. v. Mid-Atlantic Youth Services Corp, et al., 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 101551 (2010)

Where a complaint alleged that the defendants committed intentional acts, rather than negligent acts, such allegations did not trigger a duty to defend or indemnify under an occurrence-based insurance policy because intentional acts do not constitute an “occurrence.”

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