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Advertisement — under general liability insurance, information disseminated to the public at large or to targeted segments of the public for the purpose of attracting customers or supporters. The term was introduced into standard general liability policies in 1998 as a substitute for “activities in the course of advertising.” Courts have interpreted the latter phrase very broadly to include even marketing efforts (such as sales calls) directed at a single person.

1 minuteread by Gary Huddleston

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