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Insurance, Reinsurance, and Surety Legal News

For visitors looking for insurance coverage laws, litigation, risk management, or compliance issues, the National Law Review has up-to-date content on insurance and reinsurance related matters.

Insurance Coverage in a Variety of Situations

Coverage includes different types of insurance policies companies require when doing business with clients, or professionals in the medical/legal field require, to protect themselves (licenses) against lawsuits. Malpractice insurance for legal and medical professionals, professional liability insurance for a store-owner, environmental liability, business interruption insurance coverage for companies, and commercial general liability (CGL) insurance, for large corporations, are among the different cases and stories visitors to the National Law Review will find, when visiting the site. Additionally, following major catastrophic events, such as flooding, hurricanes, or other loss of income, which causes a business to shut its doors, property loss and business interruption insurance coverage is available to businesses. Cyber insurance is another major area of insurance-law today, given cyber attacks, fraud, data breaches, and security issues online. The National Law Review covers the basics as it relates to these, and other forms of insurance, requirements for businesses, and how it will protect them from lawsuits in their niche industry.  We also report on coverage/lack of coverage as it relates to insurance agreements involved in construction defects. This can be a major issue, especially in dealing with government contracts, and we provide detailed information about procedures, risks, and what companies should do, in the event they don’t have a policy (lapse), when working on certain contracts.

Insurance Litigation

Visitors to NLR can also read about insurance disputes as they relate to bad-faith claims, extra-contractual liability, or fiduciary-arrangements between companies/clients. Insurance fraud, toxic torts, class actions, and other premium situations, are frequently covered online. Additionally, insurance litigation at the district court and state court level is analyzed by the legal experts who write for the National Law Review.

Date Title Organization
4
Jun
Global Insurer Agrees to Pay COVID-19 Business Interruption Claims Hunton Andrews Kurth
4
Jun
Government to Provide £10 Billion Trade Credit Reinsurance Scheme Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
3
Jun
Arbitration Prevails in Coverage Dispute Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
3
Jun
Insurance Coverage for Emerging Contaminants Barnes & Thornburg LLP
3
Jun
Reasons for Communicating Clearly With Your Insurer Regarding the Scope of Coverage Before Purchasing Cyber Insurance Gilbert LLP
2
Jun
Manufacturing: Back to Business (Part Two) Robinson & Cole LLP
1
Jun
Bike Accidents and Medical Bills Stark & Stark
29
May
Class Action Litigation Newsletter Spring 2020 - Fourth Circuit, Fifth Circuit, Sixth Circuit Greenberg Traurig, LLP
29
May
Why Underinsured Motorist Coverage Is So Important in Pennsylvania Stark & Stark
29
May
Employers Required To Extend Group Health Plan Timeframes Retroactively While Other Timeframes Are Relaxed Polsinelli PC
29
May
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Finds Insurer Must Defend Against Allegations of ‘Accidental’ Altercation During Murder-Suicide Faegre Drinker
28
May
Removal Ruling Raises Questions about Where COVID-19-Related Business Interruption Claims Should be Heard Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
28
May
New York Appellate Court Holds Bankruptcy Exception to Insured vs. Insured Exclusion Restores Directors and Officers Insurance Coverage Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
27
May
State Insurance Commissioners Issue Notices Regarding Business Interruption Coverage Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP
27
May
Using “Prospective Hindsight” To Identify And Mitigate Risks During A Crisis Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
27
May
Legislation Enabling Policyholders to Obtain Insurance Coverage for Coronavirus Claims is Constitutional (Part 2) Gilbert LLP
26
May
Will COVID-19 Prompt “Holdout States” to Reconsider Medicaid Expansion? Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
26
May
Remand Order Underscores Federal Courts’ Reluctance to Enter COVID-19 Business Interruption Fray Faegre Drinker
26
May
IRS Issues Relaxed Cafeteria Plan Rules McDermott Will & Emery
26
May
Legislation Enabling Policyholders to Obtain Insurance Coverage for Coronavirus Claims is Constitutional Part 1 Gilbert LLP

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