Federal judge Harold Baer granted summary judgment to baby stroller manufacturer Maclaren Europe Ltd, in a long running dispute with ACE American Insurance Company. As argued by Clayman & Rosenberg on behalf of Maclaren, the court found that ACE had improperly cancelled Maclaren’s products liability policy for non-payment. The court ruled that when Maclaren wired the premium for the policy to its insurance broker, this constituted payment to ACE, despite the fact that the broker failed to remit the payment to ACE. As a result of the ruling, Maclaren’s product’s liability coverage was reinstated to cover a period during which numerous claims arose. Click here for the decision and media coverage.