Funk & Bolton attorneys recently filed in the Maryland Court of Appeals an amicus curie brief in People’s Ins. Counsel Div. v. State Farm Fire & Cas. Ins. Co. In the appeal, People’s Insurance Counsel Division challenges Maryland common law on construing insurance contracts objectively and asks the court to adopt a rule construing insurance policies most strictly against the insurer, even in the face of unambiguous policy language. Amici argue that Maryland has long-followed the view that plan and unambiguous policy terms are construed in accordance with their customary, ordinary, and accepted meaning, that Maryland’s view is adhered to by most other jurisdictions, and that there is no basis for the Court to depart from precedent.