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CLE Seminar, February/March 2008, Tucson, AZ

 

The documents below are written materials from programs that have been sponsored by the Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee. Please note: You must be a Section of Litgation member and be logged in to access the files.


All files are available in PDF format unless otherwise noted. (PDF)


Mediator Perspectives: Ten Ways to Win (or Lose) Your Mediation




To Renew or Not to Renew? That is the $64,000,000 Underwriting Question




Confronting Catastrophe: Pandemics, Hurricanes, Terrorists – Oh My!




Handling Experts: How To Properly Disclose Experts Without Losing Your License and Being Sued for Malpractice




Time Traveler: 27 Years of Insurance Litigation After Keene Corp. v. Insurance Co. of North America




Just When you Thought it was Safe to Eat Spinach: Insurance Coverage for Food-Related Liabilities and Recalls




Peeling the Onion: Layers of New D&O Coverage Issues




Insurance and Indemnity Provisions in Private Transactions: Belt and Suspenders or Gordian Knot?




Backing Away From the Brink: Proactive Preparation and Effective Mediation of Coverage Cases




Oops – Loss of Coverage for Failure of Policy Conditions: Post-Occurrence Conduct That Voids the Insurer’s Obligations




Privacy Please! Coverage for Claims Made Under Federal and State Statutes Involving Secrecy and Seclusion




Coverage For an Inconvenient Truth? D&O Coverage for Global Climate Change




How to Avoid Getting Whacked by the Doctrine of Reasonable Expectations




Roundtable Luncheon: The Application of State Antitrust Laws to the Insurance Industry




Roundtable Luncheon: Umbrellas & Shorts?!? A Discussion of London & Bermuda Arbitrations




20 Ways to Lose Your Coverage Fight! The Top 20 “Don’ts” in Handling Claims and Litigating Coverage




Reinsurance 2008: Establishing the Rules of the Game




One Man’s Shield, Another Man’s Sword: Contesting Privilege in Coverage Litigation




Defense Costs in Environmental Coverage Cases – Soil Vapors & Air Monitoring Costs: Covered or Just Hot Air?




The Lessons of Congoleum Bankruptcy: Prepackaged Bankruptcies and the Use of Insurance Assets to Deal with Mass Tort Claims




Missing Policies: Insurers’ and Policyholders’ Perspectives on Best Practices




I Got “YouTube Covered?” Insurance Coverage for IP and Cyber-Loss




Non-Products Coverage: It’s Not Just for Asbestos Any More




Insurance 101 – Discovery in a Coverage Case




Ethics Jeopardy: “Alex, I'll Take the Tripartite Relationship for $1,000 Please.”




 
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