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Policyholder's Guide to the Law of Insurance Coverage by Thomas M. Reiter K&L Gates LLP , James R. Segerdahl K&L Gates LLP , Peter J. Kalis K&L Gates LLP Policyholder's Guide to the Law of Insurance Coverage by Thomas M. Reiter K&L Gates LLP , James R. Segerdahl K&L Gates LLP , Peter J. Kalis K&L Gates LLP

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Overview

The first comprehensive guide to insurance law written from the corporate policyholder's perspective, Policyholder's Guide to the Law of Insurance Coverage provides expert guidance through the labyrinth of legal issues surrounding insuring instruments and underlying claims, plus practical strategies and legal arguments to help you secure coverage for contested claims.

Policyholder's Guide addresses virtually every insurance-related legal issue you are likely to encounter in the regular course of business, as well as those issues unique to specialized industries or unusual situations including:

  • Liability policies
  • Special liability policies
  • First-party policies
  • Specialty first-party property policies
  • Environmental
  • Marine and aviation
  • Toxic tort
  • Copyright claims issues
  • Litigation in insurance coverage disputes

What Sets Policyholder’s Guide Apart?

It’s the first legal treatise of its type that is written by and for policyholders and their counsel. It gives you practical strategies and insights from leading attorneys, who have advised and litigated on behalf of Fortune 50 companies and other policyholders, regarding a wide array of insurance issues, including general liability, environmental, toxic tort, product liability, first-party property and other insurance matters over the last two decades. And it gives you a solid working knowledge of current as well as historical insuring instruments, so you can protect policyholder rights and resolve coverage disputes successfully.

Policyholder’s Guide addresses virtually every insurance coverage issue you are likely to encounter in the regular course of business, as well as many issues unique to specialized industries or unusual situations. Throughout the book, you’ll find practical insights on current policy language and cutting-edge legal arguments to advance your case. Plus thousands of case citations, footnotes, cross-references, checklists and other useful aids to make legal research easier. Whether you need general guidance on a commercial liability policy, or are searching for a winning argument for coverage of an environmental, marine, or copyright claim, you’ll find the information you need right at your fingertips in one convenient volume. Policyholder's Guide gives you in-depth analysis of the latest court decisions plus current policy language and cutting-edge legal arguments that you may use to advance your case. You also get hundreds of case citations, footnotes, cross-references, checklists and other useful aids to make legal research easy.

Note: Online subscriptions are for three-month periods.

Last Updated 06/02/2021
Update Frequency Annually
Product Line Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S.
ISBN 9781567063417
SKU 10045502-7777
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Product Line Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S.
SKU 000000000010071772
Table of Contents

VOLUME 1

PART 1: Introduction: Representing the Policyholder

 

PART 2: Commercial General Liability Policies

Trigger of Coverage

Extent of Coverage

Duty to Defend

Legally Obligated to Pay Damages

Intentionality Issues

Property Damage and Bodily Injury

Personal Injury and Advertising Injury

Contractual Liability

Exclusions

 

PART 3: Specialty Liability Policies

Directors and Officers Liability Insurance

Other Specialty Liability Policies

 

PART 4: First-Party Policies

General Coverage

Boiler and Machinery Coverage

Fidelity Coverage

Other First-Party Coverages

 

PART 5: Transportation-Related Policies

Marine Insurance

Aviation Insurance

 

VOLUME 2

 

PART 6: The Policyholder-Insurer Contractual Relationship and Related Issues

 

Contract Formation and Related Underwriting Issues

Interpretation of Policies

Assignment, Transaction and Successorship Issues

Insolvency

The London Market

 

PART 7: Coverage Disputes and Related Issues

Claims Handling

Defense of Claims

Litigation of Insurance Coverage Disputes

 

PART 8: Emerging Issues

Coverage for "Cyber" Losses and Liabilities

Terrorism Risk Insurance

Insurance Issues in Bankruptcy

Coverage for Hurricane and Other Storm Losses

About The Experts
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