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Below-Limits Settlements Do Not Result In The Loss Of Excess Coverage - Zeig Remains Guiding Precedent, Even Post-Ali
Posted on 23 Jul 2014 by Mealeys

By Adam G. Unikowsky, Attorney, Jenner & Block LLP Excess insurance policies typically include provisions stating that the policyholder cannot pursue coverage from the excess insurer until the policyholder has received payment from the underlying... Read More

Settlements With Underlying Layers Satisfy Exhaustion Conditions in Excess Policies
Posted on 4 Dec 2013 by Perkins Coie

In his commentary, "Settlements With Underlying Layers Satisfy Exhaustion Conditions in Excess Policies," Michael T. Sharkey of Perkins Coie LLP analyzes the recent decision of Quellos Group LLC v. Federal Insurance Co. , No. 68478-7-1, 2013... Read More