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Corporate Policyholder Magazine Jan 2019

USA - January 14 2019 We are pleased to bring you another issue of Corporate Policyholder magazine, a publication of the Barnes & Thornburg Insurance Recovery and...

Andrea Warren, Robert G. Devetski, Alexandra Robinson French, Abby Vineyard, John Corbett, Charles P. Edwards, Christian P. Jones, Jonathan J. Boustani, James J. Leonard, Kenneth Gorenberg.


Is Employed Lawyers Insurance Worth The Paper It's Printed On?

USA - January 14 2019 Employed lawyers insurance is often sold as an add-on to directors and officers liability (D&O) policies by insurance companies looking to add...


Should Independent Counsel Fees Be Charged Against Policy Limits?

USA - August 15 2017 In a number of states, when an insurance company has a duty to defend its insured and reserves its rights in a certain way, the carrier must pay for...


What Do You Expect Your Insurance Broker to Be: Intermediary or Fiduciary?

USA - June 6 2017 As many companies are reaching their insurance policy renewal date, your company might have questions about the role of your insurance broker. Your...


California Supreme Court Denies Insurance Industry’s Attempt to Deregulate Insurance in California

USA - February 7 2017 On January 23, in Association of California Insurance Companies v. Dave Jones, the California Supreme Court rejected carriers’ attempt to deregulate...