Notice of Claims in Claims-Made Insurance Policies
Identifying Claims; Evaluating Whether and When to Report
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide insurance counsel with a review of what constitutes claims in light of various policy provisions. The panel will offer best practices for deciding when and whether to provide notice and review the impact of late notice on coverage.
I. Definition of claim
II. Impact of late notice on coverage
III. Best practices for deciding when or whether to give notice
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- Does a demand or threat constitute a claim?
- What effect do "related" claims have on the scope of coverage?
- What factors should the policyholder consider in deciding whether or when to give notice to the insurance company?
- How is the notice-prejudice rule applied in the context of claims-made policies?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Eric G. Barber
His insurance coverage practice includes representing policyholders in disputes with their insurance carriers under a... | Read More
His insurance coverage practice includes representing policyholders in disputes with their insurance carriers under a variety of insurance policies (directors’ and officers’; errors and omissions; commercial general liability; blanket bonds; builders’ risk; and data breach). A majority of his representations are of large financial service companies, including mutual funds and hedge funds.Close
Mark D. Villanueva
McCarter & English
He represents clients in a variety of complex commercial disputes, including insurance coverage issues, breach of... | Read More
He represents clients in a variety of complex commercial disputes, including insurance coverage issues, breach of contract and employment-related disputes. In his insurance coverage practice, he has represented policyholders seeking coverage for an array of claims, including employment practices liability, directors' and officers' liability, and asbestos-related bodily injury.Close
Nancy R. Kornegay
Brown & Kornegay
Ms. Kornegay practices primarily in the areas of commercial litigation and insurance-policyholder representation. She... | Read More
Ms. Kornegay practices primarily in the areas of commercial litigation and insurance-policyholder representation. She represents energy and transportation companies, performing-arts organizations, and medical-research facilities in insurance and commercial litigation matters. She also has significant experience defending medical malpractice claims.Close