• Texas Supreme Court Holds that Insurer May Not Rely on Extrinsic Evidence to Establish No Duty to Defend
  • July 24, 2006
  • Law Firm: Hunton & Williams LLP - McLean Office
  • In a recent decision, the Texas Supreme Court held that, in determining an insurer's defense obligation under a commercial general liability contract, an insurer may not rely on extrinsic evidence that is relevant both to an issue of coverage and the merits of the underlying case to prove that it does not have a duty to defend.