All-Sums-With-Stacking Rule: Landmark Stringfellow Decision
Analyzing the Impact of the California Supreme Court’s Ruling on Trigger of Coverage, Stacking of Limits, and Allocation of Loss
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will analyze Calilfornia's Stringfellow ruling and its impact on the critical issues of trigger of coverage, all sums allocation and stacking, for long-tail environmental claims, and other long-tail exposures such as asbestos, latent injury and construction defect cases.
- Analysis of court's Stringfellow ruling
- Impact on coverage from policyholder perspective
- Impact on coverage from insurer's perspective
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What impact does the ruling have for policyholders to recover additional payment from insurers for ongoing environmental cleanups in California?
- What impact may the ruling have beyond California, especially in states that do not have well-developed coverage law?
- What can insurers do to mitigate the impact of the Stringfellow ruling?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Robert M. Horkovich
Anderson Kill & Olick
Mr. Horkovich is a litigator with substantial experience in trying complex insurance coverage cases on behalf of... | Read More
Mr. Horkovich is a litigator with substantial experience in trying complex insurance coverage cases on behalf of corporate policyholders. He has obtained over $5 bil. in settlements and judgments from insurance companies for his clients. He was the lead trial counsel for the State of California in the Stringfellow litigation. He is "the 'go-to person' in the area of insurance recovery" reports Chambers USA.Close
Laura A. Foggan
Ms. Foggan serves as lead counsel in trial and appellate matters representing insurance companies in complex... | Read More
Ms. Foggan serves as lead counsel in trial and appellate matters representing insurance companies in complex insurance claims under general liability and other policy forms. She has participated in more than 200 coverage appeals nationwide. She was amicus counsel for two insurer organizations in the Stringfellow litigation. She recently was named one of Law360's "10 Most Admired Insurance Attorneys."Close
Roger W. Simpson
Law Offices of Roger W. Simpson
His principal area of practice is insurance coverage for environmental liability. His practice also includes... | Read More
His principal area of practice is insurance coverage for environmental liability. His practice also includes many other areas of insurance contract and insurance bad faith law. He represented the State of California in the Stringfellow litigation.Close