Utah Transit Auth. v. Greyhound Lines, Inc., 2015 UT 53 (July 10, 2015)

The Court rejected Greyhound’s argument that contractual provisions requiring one party to procure insurance for the benefit of another must be strictly construed in the same manner as contracts for indemnification. The Court affirmed the district court’s holding that traditional principles of contractual interpretation should be used in assessing agreements to procure insurance.