In today’sinsurance coveragelitigation environment, thepractitioner who needs to determine what is—and is not—covered under variouspolicy provisions is up against some formidable challenges. Literallythousands of cases on insurance issues find their way into courtrooms everyyear, and the decisions can be as difficult to decipher as they are to track.
Find the authoritative guidance you need with Ostrager and Newman’sHandbook on Insurance Coverage Disputes. This two-volume resourcehelps you quickly and easily pinpoint detailed analysis of lead cases in keyjurisdictions, provides excerpts from standard insurance policies, includingcritical commentary on key provisions, and offers insights into planning andimplementation of successful litigation strategies.Ostrager and Newman’sHandbook on Insurance Coverage Disputes,Fifteenth Edtionaddresses today’s critical coverage issues, such as:The Insurer’s Duty to DefendTrigger and Scope of Occurrence-Based CoverageBad Faith and Wrongful Refusal to SettleProperty InsuranceRights and Obligations of Co-InsurersInsurability of Punitive DamagesExcess Insurance and Analysis of Pollution ExclusionsDirectors and Officers CoverageEmployee Discrimination and Sexual Harassment ClaimsMake theHandbook on Insurance Coverage Disputesyour one-stopsource for the current state of the law on:The effect of a reservation of rights letter...disclaimer and denials ofcoverageThe rules governing all aspects of giving notice of a claim includingmechanics of language and timelinesEffect of misrepresentations and omissions in insurance applicationsReverse bad faith and contributory bad faithReinsuranceThe legal issues presented in litigation involving hazardous waste andenvironmental cleanupCoverage provided by general liability insurance, including personal injuryand advertising injury coverageRules for apportioning the cost of defense among insurers
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