Morrison Mahoney Partner Michael Aylward’s article was recently published in Law360.

Michael discusses the continuing controversy of whether insureds may avoid paying allocated shares of long-tail losses for pollution and toxic torts for years in which insurance is claimed to be “unavailable” and whether the Maryland Court of Appeals missed an important opportunity to clarify the law when it whiffed on this issue in its April 3 decision in Rossello v. Zurich American Insurance Company. To read the full article, please click here [subscription].