- 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: June 2012
Some four decades after the advent of the first pollution exclusion, the insurance industry continues to attempt to apply the exclusion far beyond what any reasonable policyholder would expect when purchasing coverage. Despite drafting history that reflects a rather narrow … Continue reading
It is critical that policyholders with exposure to any “Claim” alleging “Wrongful Acts” take steps as soon as possible to better understand and assess their potential D&O liability insurance coverage. The following provides a summary of actions that policyholders may … Continue reading