More on In Re Katrina Canal Breaches

This piece Randy Maniloff wrote for the Washington Legal Foundation is an interesting take on In Re Katrina Canal Breaches, which, you may remember, was the case where federal district court Judge Stanwood Duval found the flood exclusions of several insurers to be ambiguous and unenforceable because they appeared to concern only natural flooding, not flooding where human negligence had a hand.  The Fifth Circuit reversed.  Randy has written about this case before, but this is the first I remember seeing him write about the Fifth Circuit’s decision.  I’ve also written about it, most recently in posts about the Fifth Circuit’s reversal here, here and here.

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