Determining Duty to Defend, Resolving Policy Ambiguities, and Clarifying Coverage Under Insurance Binders
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Understanding Scope of Coverage and Resolving Coverage and Indemnification Disputes
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Resolving Discovery Over Claims Files, Underwriting Files and Manuals, Other Insureds’ Files, Reserve Information and More
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Advocating the Defense Cost Issue to Maximize Recovery or Limit Exposure
Conducted on December 4, 2013
Navigating Scope of Discovery, Document Production, and Joint Client Exception to and Implied Waivers of Privilege
Conducted on November 20, 2013
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Employee's dishonest acts over five years constitute one occurrence under policy
Engineering firm hired by insurer not liable for insurance code violations
Excess insurer's $10 million award must be increased to reflect interest
Floor drop caused by insect damage constitutes "collapse" within meaning of policy
Golf cart is not "car" under personal automobile policy
Insurer cannot be liable for failure to settle where no settlement demand is made
Insurer of hotel whose van was site of accident is responsible for injured's PIP benefits
Marine insured's failure to comply with survey recommendations breached policy
Policy's entrustment exclusion bars insured's water damage claim
Sale of unrepaired property did not extinguish seller's claim against insurer
Take-nothing judgment against property insurer in Hurricane Ike suit upheld
Third-party defendant is estopped from challenging insurer's allegations following guilty plea