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LexisNexis® Insurance Law Community Podcast featuring William Barker on Settling Without Insurer Consent

On this edition, Bill Barker of SNR Denton discusses the necessity of obtaining insurer consent when settling, various restrictions and how courts have viewed the issue. He also looks at pitfalls practitioners should be aware of. Mr. Barker is the co...

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LexisNexis Insurance Law Center Advisory Board Members

The LexisNexis Insurance Law Center Advisory Board is comprised of distinguished insurance industry experts from around the country William T. Barker is a partner in the Chicago office of SNR Denton, with a nationwide practice representing insurers...

Conferences in Arizona
Issues Confronting Insureds and Excess Insurers in Large-Scale, Long-Tail Claims

A plenary session of the ICLC conference on March 5, 2010 was devoted to the increasingly complex set of issues confronting insureds and excess insurers in large-scale, long-tail claims. It was entitled, "Knockin' on Heaven's Door: Perspectives...

Conferences in Arizona
Hot Issues in Construction Defects Insurance Coverage

A March 4, plenary session at the ICLC annual meeting was devoted to hot issues in construction defects insurance coverage. These include: (1) issues arising out of the Chinese drywall problem-some drywall manufactured in China emit sulfur fumes associated...

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©...