As data breaches grow large enough to savage a company’s bottom line, management liability insurance and senior level governance cannot be overlooked
Courts have found the definition of a direct loss to be broader than what some insurers would believe.
D&O insurance policyholders must make sure that excess policies do not include unduly restrictive exhaustion clauses that can negate coverage.
Policyholders need to be aware of all the nuances of product recall insurance in order to ensure that their claim will be paid.
Recent changes in national case law suggest that a major shift is under way for CGL coverage of property damage to an insured contractor’s own work.
Whether your business aggressively uses social media to reach potential or existing customers, or simply maintains a minimal presence, these platforms can trigger a wide variety of risks to your organization.
New ACORD changes mean that an additional insureds who relied on certificates of insurance are no longer guaranteed to receive notice of cancellation.
With some insurance policies, the distinction between wind v. flood and the timing of resulting damage can be crucial in successfully obtaining insurance dollars to offset losses when the worst happens.
Before a proposed merger or acquisition, companies must consider all historic coverage implications.
Insurance companies are slow to pay out for settlement costs — if they agree to pay at all. Here are some ways to improve the odds.
Insurers may delay claims, but policyholders and states are helping ensure that rightful claims get paid quickly after a disaster.
Cloud computing offers major benefits but also presents new challenges to data security.
A recent New York court decision highlights how policyholders can challenge unfavorable arbitration clauses in workers comp and other insurance policies.
As the devastation wrought by Superstorm Sandy brought home, natural disasters can imperil even the most rock-solid businesses.
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.