- Can You Answer the FDIC’s Four Questions About Your Institution’s D&O Insurance?
- No One Can Serve Two Masters: The Washington Supreme Court Confirms That Insurer-Appointed Defense Counsel Owes Ethical Duties Solely to the Policyholder.
- Texas Supreme Court Reaffirms “All Sums” Approach and Finds Insurer Responsible for Costs Incurred Without Insurer’s Consent: Lennar Corporation v. Markel American Insurance Company
- Figuring Out the Insurance Exhaustion Rule in New York is Exhausting
- Absolute Pollution Exclusions Aren’t Always Absolute
Author Archives: John E. Iole
Coverage for Settlements and Defense Costs Covered by Bermuda Form Insurance — Must You Be “Actually Liable”?
On February 28, 2013, the Commercial Court (part of the England and Wales High Court, Queens Bench Division) issued the judgment in AstraZeneca Ins. Co. Ltd. v. XL Insurance (Bermuda) Ltd. and ACE Bermuda Ins. Ltd.  EWHC 349 (Comm) … Continue reading
No airline wants to ground any part of its fleet unless safety considerations require such action. Likewise, no aviation product manufacturer wants its product to be implicated in a grounding order. Nevertheless, once the FAA has issued a mandatory grounding … Continue reading
Business Interruption, Contingent Business Interruption And Counting Occurrences In Natural Disasters — The 72-Hour Clause
As a consequence of the disasters in Japan and Thailand in 2011, many companies are working through the process of presenting business (or contingent business) interruption claims due to supply chain disruption. Such losses also are called “time element losses.” … Continue reading