Jan 3, 2019
Michael Longo, a Global Insurance Services partner in Goldberg Segalla’s Manhattan office, looks back on Carlson v. American International Group and examines its effects one year later. Michael notes how the New York Court of Appeals significantly broadened the meaning of whether a policy was issued or delivered under New York Insurance Law Section 3420. He considers the dissent’s ominous prediction that the majority’s holding would wreak havoc. Michael concludes by noting several areas left unresolved by Carlson.