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Tell All: Making a Case for More Dialogue in the Insurance Application Process

USA - January 24 2018 Keeping secrets during the insurance application process is a bad idea. A policyholder who responds to application questions with incomplete or...

Sixth Circuit Opinion Serves as Reminder of Potential Pitfalls in Excess Coverage

USA - November 30 2016 In previous posts, we've discussed the propensity of excess liability insurers to try to avoid coverage by challenging policyholder actions that...

In determining duty to defend, Wisconsin Supreme Court clarifies four-corners rule

USA - July 12 2016 In coverage actions, policyholders (and their attorneys) frequently rely on the well-accepted principle that an insurer's duty to defend is broader...

Barnes & Thornburg’s insurance recovery team helps secure federal appellate victory for construction company in sunken barge case

USA - August 26 2015 On Aug. 20, 2015, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit issued an important favorable decision for marine insurance policyholders. The...

Laura N. Maupin, Thomas C. Mielenhausen.

Quality Egg appeal serves as a reminder to look for cracks in D&O coverage for Responsible Corporate Officers

USA - July 24 2015 Earlier this week, Peter and Austin DeCoster submitted their opening briefs in their appeal of the three-month prison sentence they each received for...