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Reed Smith LLP on Avoiding Disproportionate Forfeiture of Insurance Coverage Through Doctrines of Waiver, Estoppel, Mend the Hold, Prejudice, and Good Faith and Fair Dealing
Posted on 5 Oct 2011 by LexisNexis Insurance Law Newsroom Staff

By Timothy P. Law and Lisa A. Szymanski, Attorneys, Reed Smith LLP This article discusses various doctrines applied by courts to avoid the technical forfeiture of insurance coverage. These doctrines include waiver, estoppel, "mend the hold,"... Read More

Breaching the Duty to Defend: Remedy for Recovering Peace of Mind
Posted on 13 Aug 2015 by Neal Gerber Eisenberg

By Jill Berkeley , Partner, Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP Given the American Law Institute’s recent discussion at its May 2015 meeting, regarding Preliminary Draft No. 1 of the Restatement on Liability Insurance , Chapter 2, Sections 20... Read More

Breach Of The Duty To Defend And Forfeiture Of Coverage Defenses: Not What You Are Thinking
Posted on 13 Apr 2015 by Randy J. Maniloff

There has been so much talk over the past couple of years about whether an insurer that breaches the duty to defend forfeits otherwise applicable coverage defenses. The talk has grown out of the New York Court of Appeals’s decisions in K2 and the... Read More

Reed Smith LLP on Avoiding Disproportionate Forfeiture of Insurance Coverage Through Doctrines of Waiver, Estoppel, Mend the Hold, Prejudice, and Good Faith and Fair Dealing
Posted on 5 Oct 2011 by LexisNexis Insurance Law Newsroom Staff

By Timothy P. Law and Lisa A. Szymanski, Attorneys, Reed Smith LLP This article discusses various doctrines applied by courts to avoid the technical forfeiture of insurance coverage. These doctrines include waiver, estoppel, "mend the hold... Read More