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Randy J. Maniloff
Wilted Coverage Issue: New York Federal Court Addresses Lost Policies for Flower Grower

These days I see a “lost policy” case about as frequently as I see a Delorean. And that makes sense. With the number of environmental and asbestos claims diminishing, so too is the need to locate insurance policies that were on the risk during...

Jeffrey W. Stempel
Jeffrey W. Stempel on Federal Insurance Co. v. American Hardware Mutual Ins. Company: The Nevada Supreme Court Gives Broad Construction to Commonly Used Additional Insured Endorsements

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...

Anthony Bartell and Craig Davis
McCarter and English LLP on Notice and Reporting Requirements in Claims-Made and Claims-Made-and-Reported Policies: A Potential Trap for Both Courts and Policyholders

Directors and Officers, Errors and Omissions, and similar liability insurance policies are often (almost always, in fact) written on a “claims-made” basis. This means that, in general, the policy will provide coverage if the claim against...

Susan E. Voss
Recent Innovations in Securitization

Oral Testimony of Susan E. Voss Commissioner, Iowa Insurance Commission Vice President, National Association of Insurance Commissioners Before the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Capital Markets, Insurance, and Government Sponsored Enterprises...

Mitchell Lathrop
Insurance Coverage Issues That Emerged from the World Trade Center Attacks

The third of three articles in the Spring 2009 issue of New Appleman on Insurance: Current Critical Issues in Insurance Law is entitled, “Insurance Coverage Issues That Emerged from the World Trade Center Attacks” by Mitchell L. Lathrop, who...

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