U.S. Underwriters Insurance Companys vs. City Club Hotel, LLC et al. and Spzakowski

Year: 2003
Court: New York State Court of Appeals
Case Number: 02- CV-07379NRB

In a case in which an insurance company has brought a declaratory judgment action to determine that it does not have policy obligations but defended in the underlying suit, the insured that prevails in the dec. relief action should be awarded attorney’s fees for defending that action.

UP’s brief was written pro bono by Eugene R. Anderson, William G. Passannante and Craig M. Hirsch of Anderson Kill & Olick, PC.


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Source: https://uphelp.org/amicus-briefs/u-s-underwriters-insurance-companys-vs-city-club-hotel-llc-et-al-and-spzakowski/
Date: February 26, 2024