Environmental Insurance Coverage Under CGL, Property and D&O Policies for NRD, CERCLA, RCRA, OPA and Other Claims
Pollution and Owned-Property Exclusions, Scope of Damages, Property Damage and Occurrences
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide counsel with a review of new and emerging trends in environmental claims, potential coverage under various commercial policies, the parameters of critical policy exclusions, and the scope of covered damages.
- Trends in environmental claims
- NRD claims
- CERCLA claims
- RCRA claims
- Potential policy coverage
- Policy exclusions
- Scope of covered damages
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How can policyholders maximize coverage for environmental liabilities under existing non-environmental insurance policies?
- What are the latest case law developments regarding the pollution exclusion in CGL policies?
- What environmental costs are likely to be treated as covered damages?
Robert M. Horkovich
Mr. Horkovich focuses his practice on the area of insurance recovery. He has obtained over $5 billion in... | Read More
Mr. Horkovich focuses his practice on the area of insurance recovery. He has obtained over $5 billion in settlements and judgments from insurance companies for his clients over the past decade. He is a trial lawyer with substantial experience in trying complex insurance coverage actions on behalf of corporate policyholders and governmental entities.Close
Scott M. Seaman
Hinshaw & Culbertson
Mr. Seaman's practice focuses on insurance, reinsurance, and commercial law and litigation. He has represented... | Read More
Mr. Seaman's practice focuses on insurance, reinsurance, and commercial law and litigation. He has represented companies in trial courts, appellate courts, and arbitrations nationwide in numerous high stakes matters, including cases involving general liability coverage, professional liability coverage, first-party property coverage, bad faith matters and facultative and treaty reinsurance contracts.Close