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Blogs from the ILC Advisory Board: Richards v. Sequoia Insurance Co.: Liability Insurer Not Obliged to Compensate Insureds for Defending Themselves While Insurer Is Considering Whether To Provide Defense

By William T. Barker, Partner, SNR Denton In Richards v. Sequoia Insurance Co. ,[1] insured attorneys, who were instructed to arrange for their own defense pending Sequoia's coverage decision, retained counsel on the basis that the insureds would do most of the investigation, legal research,...

SNR Denton on Lennar Corp. v. Transamerica Insurance Co.: Does a Right to Independent Counsel Entitle the Policyholder to Two Lawyers?

By William T. Barker, Partner, SNR Denton Lennar Corp. v. Transamerica Insurance Co. addressed the novel question whether an policyholder entitled to independent counsel could both accept representation by the counsel selected by the insurer and insist on payment of its own selected counsel as co...

New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition - § 16.04: The Tripartite Relationship Among the Insured, the Insurer and Insurer-Directed Defense Counsel

Section 16.04 of New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition deals with the relationship that exists between insureds, their insurers, and the insurer-directed legal counsel that insurers provide to their insureds. You can download a free copy of this section by clicking on the link below. Section...