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Jeffrey W. Stempel
Federal Insurance Co. v. American Hardware Mutual Ins. Co.

In this Expert Commentary, Professor Jeffrey W. Stempel examines Federal Ins. Co. v. American Hardware Mutual Ins. Co. , 2008 Nev. LEXIS 38 (Nev. May 29, 2008). The Court held that an additional insured endorsement providing coverage for claims “arising...

HB Litigation Conferences
Reed Smith’s Timothy Law on Claims Made Policies: Part 3 of 7

In this clip, Timothy Law discusses “Myth #3: It’s a Contractual Right for an Insurer to Deny Any Claims After the Reporting Period.” Law observed five themes – or what he considers myths – in reviewing case law that is favorable...

HB Litigation Conferences
Reed Smith’s Timothy Law on Claims Made Policies: Part 2 of 7

In this clip, Timothy Law discusses “Myth #2: The Close the Books Argument.” Law observed five themes – or what he considers myths – in reviewing case law that is favorable to insurance carriers in the context of claims made policies...

HB Litigation Conferences
Reed Smith’s Timothy Law on Claims Made Policies: Part 1 of 7

Timothy Law of Reed Smith in Philadelphia spoke at HB Litigation Conferences’ Claims Made Insurance Litigation program in New York on October 7, 2009. Law, who represents policyholders in coverage disputes, spoke during a session titled “Consequences...

M. Machua Millett
Central American Insurance Regulators Report on Market Performance

The Superintendencia de Bancos y Otras Instituciones Financieras (SIBOIF) (Nicaragua), Superintendencia del Sistema Financiero (SSF) (El Salvador) and Superintendencia de Bancos (Superban) (Guatemala) recently released insurance industry results for the...

Elaine Johnson James & John David "JD" Dickenson
“Up Against A Chinese Drywall” EAPD Webinar

The Insurance and Reinsurance Department of Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge held a 60 minute complimentary webinar entitled "Up Against A Chinese Drywall: Recent Developments in the Ongoing Products Liability and Coverage Litigation" on Tuesday...

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