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Perkins Coie LLP on It Is Time for Insurers to Get Off the Fence: New York Courts Reject Blanket Reservations
Posted on 3 May 2012 by LexisNexis Insurance Law Newsroom Staff

By Vivek Chopra, partner, and Laura Basford, associate , Perkins Coie LLP This commentary discusses an apparent shift in New York law limiting the effectiveness of an insurance company's blanket reservation of rights letter when it is aware of a... Read More

Perkins Coie LLP on Avoiding Gaps in Insurance Coverage for Private-Equity-Placed Directors at Portfolio Companies
Posted on 17 Oct 2012 by Perkins Coie

By Michael T. Sharkey, Partner, Perkins Coie LLP Directors & Officers ("D&O") liability insurance policies purchased by private equity and venture capital firms frequently include "Outside Directorship" coverage, designed... Read More

Perkins Coie On All-Sums-With-Stacking Allocation Boosts Insurance Recovery Under “One Giant ‘Uber Policy’”
Posted on 2 Sep 2012 by Perkins Coie

By Lara D. Cassidy, Koorosh Talieh, and Thomas McMahon, Attorneys, Perkins Coie The California Supreme Court's recent "all-sums-with-stacking" allocation ruling in California v. Continental Insurance Co., No. S170560, 2012 Cal. LEXIS... Read More

Perkins Coie on Insurance Coverage for Businesses Affected by Hurricane Sandy
Posted on 19 Nov 2012 by Perkins Coie

By Robert P. Jacobs and Koorosh Talieh, Partners, Perkins Coie LLP The commentary outlines key issues for businesses considering submitting an insurance claim for property damage or loss of income due to the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy... Read More