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2010 CLE Seminar, 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)



Ace in the Hole or Cheap Trick? - Invoking Arbitration Clauses in Coverage Litigation


Chinese Drywall, Additional Insureds and Priority Fights, Oh My: What’s Hot In Construction Defects


The Intersection Between Bankruptcy and Insurance Coverage: What Every Coverage Practitioner Should Know


Knockin' on Heaven's Door: Perspectives on Litigation and Negotiation of High-Damage Claims in 2010 and Beyond


Measuring Business Interruption Loss in Wide-Impact Catastrophes: Insurance Against Catastrophes Or Only Against Insured Damage From Catastrophes?


Computer Modeling of Wind, Earthquake, and Climate Change: Will It Significantly Change Insurance Underwriting and Coverage Litigation?


Solvent Schemes in the UK and the US - the Insider's View


Fallout from the Collapse of the Economy?

           
Employment Practices Liability Coverage – Updates and Strategies in Addressing Employment-Based Claims


Rescission Is the New DJ


Resolving Complex D&O Claims Through Multiple Layers of Coverage


Winding Road to “Insured Contract” Coverage and Additional Insured Status: A Case Study of Tribulation and Trial


Independent Defense Counsel: When Can the Policyholder Select Its Own Defense Lawyer and How Much Does the Insurer Have to Pay?



Does This Cloud Have a Silver Lining? Insurance Coverage and the Financial Crisis



Resolving Reinsurance Disputes at Home and Abroad



Standing Alone: Allocation of Duties When Not All Insurers Agree



Breaking the Silence: Environmental Cost Recovery Is Springing to Life



Now You See It, Now You Don't: Demystifying Exclusions and the Illusion of No Coverage



Insurance Coverage for Intellectual Property Claims: Can You Buy It, and Do You Already Have It?



'Brother, Can You Spare Some Insurance Coverage?' Coverage Disputes in Tough Economic Times



Tough Evidentiary Issues in a Coverage and Bad Faith Trial



The Insurance Broker and Coverage Disputes: Emerging Issues



You Bet Your License! A Legal Ethics Quiz Show



When Insurance Law Meeting Commercial Law – Is an Equitable Subrogation Claim Subject to the Economic Loss Doctrine

 

 
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