This sixth edition canvasses recent developments relating to the rights of a liability insurer to select and instruct counsel, the scope of the absolute pollution liability exclusion, as well as choice of law and priority of payments issues under a directors’ and officers’ policy extending to multiple insureds. This edition also includes a case comment in the area of aviation insurance, a review of recent developments in the emerging area of mould claims, as well as a feature article on the significant Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Alie v. Bertrand, which considered multiple issues including the meaning of "property damage", trigger theories and the obligation for defence and third party costs as between primary and excess/umbrella insurers.

type Canadian Insurance Law - Spring 2003