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Time Element (Business Interruption) Insurance – New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition, Chapter 46

By Bernard P. Bell, Partner, Jones Day Chapter 46 provides an analysis of time-element insurance generally, and business interruption insurance in particular. Section 46.01 sets out the general purpose of time element insurance. While standard first-party "all risks" property insurance...

Calculating the Amount of Property Insurance Coverage – New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition, Chapter 47

By Richard J. Cohen, Daniel W. Gerber, and Michael T. Glascott, Partners, Goldberg Segalla LLP Section 47.01[1] discusses the fact that policies that insure tangible property require direct physical loss or damage to the covered property during the policy period. This section explains that there...

CBI for the Cloud

By Lon Berk, Partner, Hunton & Williams In his article, "CBI for the Cloud," appearing in the Nov./Dec. 2011 issue of Coverage, Lon Berk of Hunton & Williams observes that the frequency of business cloud computing is expected to increase. The article describes cloud computing and...