Articles by Robert M. Horkovich
Before a proposed merger or acquisition, companies must consider all historic coverage implications.
Insurers may delay claims, but policyholders and states are helping ensure that rightful claims get paid quickly after a disaster.
A recent New York court decision highlights how policyholders can challenge unfavorable arbitration clauses in workers comp and other insurance policies.
A recent California Supreme Court decision clarifies the full extent to which policyholders facing long-tail environmental claims can tap into their historic policies to help pay for those costs.
Fallout from the recent Libor manipulation scandal could have important implications for your D&O coverage.
Getting claims paid can be difficult. Here are some ways to help the process along.
A new SEC policy regarding admission of allegations could raise important issues for D&O liability policyholders.
Recent court decisions have gone against long-standing case law regarding excess insurance claims recovery.
As the economy struggles to rebound from recession, employment-related lawsuits are rising at an alarming rate.
The “other coverages” exclusion can sometimes lead to expensive claim disputes.
A decline in asset values does not mean fidelity coverage can be denied.
In the aftermath of the disaster in Japan, many U.S. companies will suffer supply chain disruptions.
While the brunt of the suffering from the massive March 11 earthquake and tsunami has been in Japan, the economic and insurance aftershocks will be global, and many U.S. companies will suffer serious economic consequences and supply chain disruptions.
A crucial issue facing today’s corporate policyholders is whether their liability insurance policies will be available to defend against climate change lawsuits.
Even if an insurance company resists paying a product liability claim, there are other avenue that policyholders can explore for recovery.