Seeking to clarify past decisions and protect insureds’ rights to insurance coverage, the Montana Supreme Court formally adopted the notice-prejudice rule in third party coverage disputes in Atlantic Casualty Insurance Company v. Greytak. However, in doing so, the Court failed to fully reconcile the decision with prior case law regarding the noticeprejudice issue.
Kristen Zadick, Case Note, Atlantic Casualty Insurance Company v. Greytak: Adopting the Notice-Prejudice Rule and Clarifying Misinterpretations, 76 Mont. L. Rev. Online 232, https://scholarship.law.umt.edu/mlr_online/vol76/iss1/30.