CGL Exclusions: Contractual Liability, Business Risk, Third-Party Over, Pollution and Data Breach Exclusions
Advocating Scope of the Exclusions From the Policyholder and Insurer Perspectives
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will discuss CGL policy exclusions frequently contested in commercial business disputes, including contractual liability, business risk, third-party over, pollution, and data breach exclusions. The program will analyze recent case law developments interpreting the scope of these exclusions and outline effective arguments for both insurers and policyholders in insurance disputes.
- Contractual liability
- Business risk
- Employer’s liability or third-party over
- Data breach
The panel will review these and other contentious questions:
- What is the key to determining the line between business risk and a covered risk?
- What is an “insured contract” as set out in one of the exceptions to the contractual liability exclusion and how is the definition critical to understanding the coverage provided?
- In what circumstances may employers face the employer’s liability or third-party over exclusion?
- What are the most recent case law developments regarding the scope and applicability of the pollution exclusion?
Robert H. Friedman
Mr. Friedman provides corporate insurance counseling to companies in Florida, the Caribbean, New York, and other... | Read More
Mr. Friedman provides corporate insurance counseling to companies in Florida, the Caribbean, New York, and other U.S. and foreign jurisdictions. He also advised the State of Florida on insurance policy issues. He writes extensively about insurance coverage for many publications, including National Underwriter, Business Insurance, Risk & Insurance, South Florida Business Journal, and Harvard Law Record.Close
Timothy P. Kilgore
Jackson & Campbell
Mr. Kilgore is a member of the firm’s Insurance Coverage Practice Group. He is experienced in defending clients... | Read More
Mr. Kilgore is a member of the firm’s Insurance Coverage Practice Group. He is experienced in defending clients and prosecuting claims for various actions, including design/construction actions, employment actions, ERISA actions, business tort claims, and disability benefit-related claims.Close