Oregon Supreme Court bars plaintiff from executing on covenant judgment against the defendant’s insurer

The Oregon Supreme Court recently answered a question certified to it by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which asked whether a settlement agreement that released an insured from liability could be amended to revive the liability of the insured so that the plaintiff could seek recovery from the insurer. The Oregon Supreme Court concluded that, based upon the theory presented by the plaintiff, the settlement agreement could not be amended. A&T Siding v. Capitol Specialty Insurance Corp.,     Read the article……………


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