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June 7, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
Chubb Group Insurance will resume paying President Clinton's legal bills in the Paula Corbin Jones case, now that all aspects of the lawsuit are to be appealed. Chubb stopped covering Clinton's legal bills last year after a federal judge threw out Jones' defamation charges against the president; the company maintained that Clinton's personal liability policy did not cover the remaining allegation of sexual harassment.
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June 7, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
Chubb Group Insurance will resume paying President Clinton's legal bills in the Paula Corbin Jones case, now that all aspects of the lawsuit are to be appealed. Chubb stopped covering Clinton's legal bills last year after a federal judge threw out Jones' defamation charges against the president; the company maintained that Clinton's personal liability policy did not cover the remaining allegation of sexual harassment.
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NEWS
October 24, 1986
The widow of rock musician Jim Croce and her former financial adviser will get more than $3.9 million from an insurance company they claim provided bad-faith representation. A San Diego Superior Court jury awarded Ingrid Croce $1.9 million after finding the Chubb Group insurance company failed to investigate her claim that personal property had been stolen from a Point Loma home she once shared with her financial adviser, Gabriela Myers.
REAL ESTATE
April 30, 1989
A large insurance company has signed a 10-year lease valued at about $4.8 million for 19,079 square feet of office space in the new Koll Center, under construction at 501 W. Broadway in downtown San Diego. The Chubb Group of Insurance Cos., doing business as Federal Insurance Co., will move into the space when the center is completed in July. John Burnham & Co. represented the insurer. The Koll Co., developer of the center, represented itself in the transaction.
NEWS
October 30, 1988
A $5.25-million settlement has been reached with the Chubb Group of Insurance Cos. and a subsidiary in a dispute over drought insurance sold to Minnesota farmers last spring, it was announced. Minnesota Commerce Commissioner Michael Hatch said about 770 Minnesota farmers may be eligible for payments under the agreement with the New Jersey-based Chubb and its subsidiary, Federal Insurance Co.
NEWS
April 4, 1998 | PETER BAKER, THE WASHINGTON POST
Facing at least $1.5 million in unpaid bills from the Paula Corbin Jones case, President Clinton's legal team is preparing to file suit against two insurance companies that stopped financing the president's defense last year to force them to reverse their decision.
BUSINESS
July 12, 1988 | Associated Press
A New Jersey insurance company has drawn the ire of drought-suffering farmers and state regulators who say the insurer appears to be backing off an offer to provide drought insurance. Insurance officials in at least three states--Minnesota, Indiana and Ohio--are looking into the policies offered during a six-week period in May and June by Federal Insurance Co., a subsidiary of Chubb Group Insurance Cos. of Warren, N.J.
REAL ESTATE
August 15, 1999
Condominium, cooperative and homeowner associations throughout the United States are invited to enter the competition for the 10th annual National Community Assn. of the Year Award, sponsored by Community Assns. Institute. Entrants will compete against similar-size community associations in four categories: small association, 1 to 149 units; medium, 150 to 499 units; large, 500 to 999 units; and large, 1,000-plus units.
NEWS
August 12, 1989 | From Associated Press
A federal jury on Friday awarded $40 million to thousands of farmers who sued an insurance agent for overselling drought insurance before and during last year's drought. However, the farmers and Chubb Group, an insurance company that had joined them in their lawsuit against Good Weather International Corp., agreed to settle the lawsuit for $8 million, the amount of the agent's liability insurance.
BUSINESS
February 10, 2012 | By Hugo Martin
If your boss orders you to take a business trip to a dangerous location, would you refuse and risk losing your job? In this unsteady economy, perhaps it's no surprise that only 23% of workers surveyed said they would refuse the assignment, with 21% saying they would go on the dangerous trip but would refuse to go on the next trip. About 14% said they would travel to a dangerous place for a work assignment but would look for a new job after returning, according to a telephone survey of 500 workers by Opinion Research Corp.in New York City.
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