The fine print of an insurance policy could contain conditions that could hurt your claim.
In the aftermath of the disaster in Japan, many U.S. companies will suffer 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.
The SEC’s issuance of climate change-related financial disclosure guidelines suggests that directors and officers may be hit by lawsuits.
Even if an insurance company resists paying a product liability claim, there are other avenue that policyholders can explore for recovery.
To insulate themselves from legal damage, policyholders must understand EPLI basics.
Coordinating insurance and risk management concerns with the need of a construction project can be challenging. Here are some important steps to consider.
As social networking sites have taken off, data privacy has become more vulnerable.
In an era where so much third party data is entrusted to policyholders, insurance coverage against data theft is vital.
A look at the insurance coverages that will come into play in response to the largest oil spill in American history.
What to do when you receive a reservation of rights letter.
D&O coverage for government investigations can be tricky.
A soft market provides the perfect opportunity to improve your policy wording.
Product recalls and liabilities stemming from such an event can result in extremely costly situations. How can product recall insurance help?
Some important legal changes of 2009.