2/26/2008

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will not be able to pursue insurance payments for the entire World Trade Center complex. A federal judge ruled that the authority would only be able to pursue insurance payments for one building and the train station underneath the property. "We thought the contract was very clear on its face that this additional property was not covered under the Port Authority insurance," said Robert A. Skinner of Ropes & Gray LLP in Boston, which represented insurers in the case.

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