The recent shift by the Department of Justice in its policy toward holding individual corporate executives accountable for corporate misconduct will almost certainly have significant implications for coverage under directors and officers liability policies.
The Nevada Supreme Court recently answered a certified question from the U.S. District Court on the application of the Cumis rule under Nevada law.
The Connecticut Supreme Court recently published its eagerly anticipated decision in Recall Total Info. Mgmt., Inc. v. Fed. Ins. Co. (Recall III), No. 19291 (Conn. May 26, 2015), one of the first decisions of its kind addressing commercial general liability coverage for certain types of cyber exposures.
By Robert D. Chesler and Janine M. Stanisz
Many companies that purchase contamination products insurance policies believe that all of their product recall woes are covered. They could not be more wrong.
By Grace V. Hebbel and David G. Jordan
Discover how "replacement cost" coverage is often complicated by whether a repair can truly match damaged material that is in need of replacement.
By Richard Lewis
Those who work with time element coverage must understand the changes wrought by the September 11 and Katrina cases, especially given that policyholders and insurance companies are more frequently resorting to litigation to resolve disputes.
The coverage issues for firearm-related claims have long been well established. In this Sound Advice, litigator Rina Carmel reviews what constitutes an occurrence and examines the main issues. (11:12 min)
This clip considers whether liability insurance policies’ personal and advertising injury protection covers wrongs committed against both natural persons and organizations. (10:20 min)
A suit limitation clause provides that a cause of action or law suit must be brought within a certain time period – depending on jurisdiction. Nick Insua explains the ins and outs of these situations. (8:47 min)
Sheri Pastor describes enhancements and provisions that will help you when negotiating your next policy. (9:35 min)
Laura Hanson outlines coverage issues that arise as a result of dram-shop laws. (14:25 min)
Listen as Ron Kammer details what qualifies as a joint-venture exclusion and what does not. (8:43 min)
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