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No Duty To Defend Apartment Conversion Claims

On December 19, 2012, in Century Surety Company v. Belmont Seattle, LLC (.pdf), Judge Marsha Pechman granted summary judgment in favor of an insurer defending a condominium declarant against an apartment conversion construction defect claim. The Court agreed with the insurer that all of the units were subject to either the owned property or the alienated property exclusions that are a part of most CGL policies. 

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Darren A. Feider Attorney Williams Kastner Law Firm
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Darren Feider is a Member in the Seattle office. His practice involves general employment litigation of wrongful discharge and discrimination claims, the drafting of employment and consulting contracts, non-compete agreements and severance packages for both employees and employers, and conducting investigations for private and public employers in response to EEOC and Washington State Human Rights Commission complaints. He has represented employers in unpaid wage actions. He also handles general commercial litigation.  

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