Anthem Electronics, Inc. v. Pacific Employers Inc. Co., 302 F.3d 1049 (9th Cir. (Cal.) 2002)

Anthem Electronics, Inc. v. Pacific Employers Inc. Co., 302 F.3d 1049 (9th Cir. (Cal.) 2002) (Product Liability/"Loss Of Use" "Property Damage") (The court found a duty to defend for alleged defects when products were installed in a third party's scanning system and failed in service. The possibility that these defects were unexpected triggered a defense. "Property damage" was implicated because KLA's customers lost the use of tangible property (the scanners), and suffered losses for the cost of loaner scanners and diminished receivables when a board controlling the scanners failed on the production line of the customer to which Anthem sold its motherboard component.)