By: Edward M. Koch, Randy J. Maniloff and Marc Penchansky It wasn’t a question of if, but when. And the wait wasn’t long. Yesterday’s suit was filed in a Louisiana state
By: Joshua A. Mooney Last week, in wake of anticipated losses from COVID-19 (coronavirus), the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) issued instructions mandating all property/casualty insurers “to
While the current pandemic is new, the potential that policyholders would look to their business interruption insurance to cover COVID-19-related losses is not.
So far, business interruption policies have taken center stage in the coronavirus-insurance dialogue. That makes sense. We believe that two issues may grab the spotligh
The court set out the rules concerning attorney-client privilege in the context of a coverage dispute. As a starting point, “there is a presumption of no attorney-client privilege relevant between the insured and the insurer in the claims adjusting process.”
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court addressed the responsibilities of an insurer under a homeowners policy to an innocent insured homeowner when her fiancée — a coinsured who co-owned the home — intentionally set fire to the home.