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The Virginia Supreme Court has handed down an unprecedented ruling on companies' liability for global warming-related damages — a first-in-the-nation decision that could portend massive consequences for energy companies and environmental lawyers.
The Virginia Supreme Court ruled in favor of an insurance company Friday in the nation's first legal test of whether insurers may be liable for claims arising from global warming.