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Do you have coverage for product contamination under your property policy?

USA - May 25 2012 The decision in PBM Nutritionals v. Lexington Insurance Company, No. 110669 (Va. Cir. Ct., April 20, 2012), highlights the hurdles a company must overcome when trying to obtain insurance coverage for a first-party loss involving 'contamination.'...

Be careful with whom you share your policy: N.J. Appellate Division construes additional insured clause broadly

USA - March 28 2012 Recent case law demonstrates that when agreeing to add a party as an additional insured, careful risk management requires explicit and unambiguous insurance provisions to properly assign risk....

Ryan J. Cooper.

Food insurance law: notable case developments

USA - August 9 2011 What happens when your product causes another product to be recalled?...

Joseph D. Jean, Michael David Lichtenstein, Rachel M. Wrightson.

Second Circuit: D&O insurance covers subpoenas, special litigation committees, and independent consultants

USA - July 25 2011 Policyholders were recently granted a sweeping victory on critical issues of insurance coverage for subpoenas and securities-related costs in the Second Circuit’s MBIA Inc. v. Federal Insurance July 1, 2011, opinion...

Joseph D. Jean, Michael David Lichtenstein, Rachel M. Wrightson.

Review of 2010 case law on D&O insurance coverage

USA - February 18 2011 In the current financial turmoil and turbulence, directors and officers must feel as though they have targets on their backs....

Joseph D. Jean, Michael David Lichtenstein.