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Serena Wellen
“Get It, Got It, Good: Effective Legal Research of Coverage Issues in the Digital Age”

At a roundtable discussion in the ICLC conference, Serena Wellen of LexisNexis explained how efficient legal research of insurance coverage issues could be performed on lexis.com . Key searching tips include how to get the document desired and find...

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LexisNexis® Insurance Law Center Podcast featuring Randy Maniloff of White and Williams on his Annual Review of the Year's 10 Most Significant Insurance Coverage Decisions

On this edition, White and Williams LLP partner Randy J. Maniloff discusses his annual look at the ten most significant coverage decisions from the past year, the criteria for making the list, and the issues that may become significant in 2010. Copyright©...

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Hille Rossmiller Kaveney Croce
Chapter 3 of the New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition – Content Abstract

Chapter 3: THE CONTRACTUAL RELATIONSHIP Chapter 3 of the New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition examines the contractual relationship between the parties to an insurance contract. Insurance policies are subject to general contract law, but they...

Douglas Richmond
Chapter 2 New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition – Content Abstract

This chapter begins with a description of the key functions insurance intermediaries perform and an explanation of why those functions are of vital importance to lawyers whose practice includes the resolution of insurance coverage disputes. Section 2...

Robert H. Jerry, II
Chapter 1 of the New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition – Content Abstract

Chapter 1: WHAT IS INSURANCE? Chapter 1 of the New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition begins in Section 1.01 with a discussion of the reasons insurance exists. Risk exists throughout the world; life is uncertain, and we cannot foresee exactly...

Peter M. Gillon
"Shaved-Limits" Endorsements

The Feb. 1 issue of the Business Insurance publication contains an article on the "shaved-limits" endorsement. It contains, in my opinion, a rewriting of history, attributing an increase in early settlements of D&O coverage disputes to recent...