Advocating Coverage for Statutory and Contractual Damages and Opposing Attorney Fees Under CGL, EPLI, D&O and E&O Policies
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
Evaluating Indemnity Allocation Among Multiple Policies, Horizontal vs. Vertical Exhaustion, and Set-off and Contribution in Settlement
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Thursday, May 22, 2014
Navigating Jurisdictional Variations Regarding Consequences of Disclaiming Duty to Defend
*** An encore presentation featuring live Q&A ***
Thursday, June 5, 2014
Navigating Scope of the Duty, Privilege Issues, Settlement, and Consequences of Insured's Failure to Cooperate
Conducted on April 23, 2014
Advocating Scope of the Exclusions From the Policyholder and Insurer Perspectives
Conducted on April 16, 2014
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"Fax blasts" not property damage caused by "occurrence" under Pennsylvania law
Contractual liability exclusion does not bar coverage of suit against contractor
Court properly looked beyond complaint to determine date of insured's written notice
Heir of mortgage holder fails to establish existence of mortgage life coverage
Homeowners' insurer owes no duty to defend insureds againt stalking and assault claims
Injury caused by plywood blown from truck bed resulted from "auto accident"
Insured's sale of adulterated product constitutes "accident" under liability policy
Insurer has no duty to disclose possible use of in-house counsel
Policies' "other insurance" clauses to not constitute de facto subrogation
Repair shop's failure to return advanced payment is not covered loss under policy
State statute requiring health plan operator to release plan data preempted by ERISA
Widow of employee injured while traveling to job site can recover workers' comp benefits