- 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
Monthly Archives: March 2012
A common form of the so-called “personal conduct” exclusion found in current directors and officers liability policies provides materially as follows: The Insurer shall not be liable to make any payment for Loss in connection with any Claim made against an … Continue reading