Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) has begun to transition from innovation into a useful tool in many different fields, particularly the...
Additional insured (AI) coverage is a common trigger of coverage disputes. The fact of the matter is that not all AI forms are created equally. To...
Resolving claims is a critical part of claims handling. Understanding any potential claim resolution complications can assist in closing claims...
Facing a large property loss, like a building or auto loss/damage due to fire, weather, or flooding can be daunting for an insured. Understanding the...
Merck and its insurance companies have settled their lawsuit involving a 2017 cyber attack. The litigation involved a dispute about whether a war...
In recent years, large Builder’s Risk policies have included coverage terms from the London Engineering Group (LEG) that expand coverage by...
Last year, an Eleventh Circuit ruling in Cincinnati Specialty Underwriters, Ins. Co v KNS Group (11th Cir. Oct. 2022) addressed issues related to...
A federal appeals court ruled that Zurich Insurance was correct in denying coverage to Harvard University because of “lack of timely notice.”
On March 24, 2023, Florida’s governor signed a new tort reform bill (H.R. 837) into law (the “Act”). The Act changes areas of Florida law that have...