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On this edition, David A. Gauntlett of Gauntlett & Associates of Irvine, Calif. discusses various issues surrounding potential coverage for intellectual property claims. He provides insight on exclusions, endorsements and definitions, talks about cases in which preliminary injunction and attorneys fees are sought, but no damages, and whether destruction of infringing products falls within damages. Mr. Gauntlett is the author of the chapter on intellectual property insurance in New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition, available from LexisNexis. Copyright© 2010 LexisNexis, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. Visit www.lexisnexis.com/community/insurancelaw.
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