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Insurers Say Women’s Tennis Tour on Its Own in $10 Million Suit

The Women’s Tennis Association Tour Inc. isn’t owed insurance coverage for a $10 million arbitration proceeding by U.S. player Madison Brengle over alleged injuries from her blood being drawn for drug testing, a pair of insurers tell the Middle District of Florida.

Principal Guaranteed 401(k) Investments Suit Heads to 8th Cir.

A class action challenging how Principal Life Insurance Co. earns profits from the guaranteed investment products it offers in 401(k) plans will return to the Eighth Circuit, after the 41,000-person class of retirement investors announced plans to appeal their post-trial defeat.

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Can Businesses Win Fight Over Covid-19 Insurance Claims?

A growing number of businesses are suing their insurers over denied business interruption insurance claims due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But will they be successful?

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