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Insurer Must Pay Post-Merger Defense Costs Under Merged Entity’s D&O Policy

USA - September 22 2017 Corporate policyholders should carefully consider insurance coverage implications when structuring mergers, acquisitions, or other transactions that...

Geoffrey B. Fehling.


Mexico City Earthquake: Lost Income And Additional Expenses May Be Covered

Mexico - September 21 2017 Obscured by the recent hurricanes ravaging the Caribbean, Florida and Texas, Mexico suffered its own natural disaster earlier this week with a 7.1...


Court Dismisses One Of Poultry Farm’s Claims For “Remediation Costs,” Leaves The Other Intact

USA - September 18 2017 A federal district court judge has dismissed one of a poultry farm’s claims for “remediation costs” against its insurer with prejudice, but allowed...


Hunton Insurance Team Explains Why The First 60 Days Post-Irma Are Critical To Your Insurance Recovery

USA - September 15 2017 In an article published September 12, 2017 in South Florida’s Daily Business Review, Hunton & Williams insurance lawyers Walter Andrews and Andrea...


Helmet Maker’s Insurers Sidelined After Using Coverage Dispute For End-Around On Liability Discovery

USA - September 15 2017 In football as in life, the best defense is often a good offense. But, that adage does not always play well in litigation. In Riddell, Inc. v...

Paul T. Moura.