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No Coverage For Contempt Proceeding Under Lawyer’s Professional Liability Policy

By Lindsey Dean Although an award of sanctions against an attorney can be very costly to the attorney, the Eleventh Circuit’s recent opinion in Jones, Foster, Johnston & Stubbs, P.A. v. ProSight-Syndicate 1110 At Lloyd’s, no. 15-12399, 2017 WL 586450… Continue Reading →

Receiver’s Claims Against Former Officers Not Barred by Insured v. Insured Exclusion

Earlier this month, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held that an Insured v. Insured Exclusion barred coverage for claims brought by the FDIC as receiver for a failed financial institution. Last week, Judge William E. Smith in the… Continue Reading →

Fallout From Home Depot Breach Continues to Cause Concern for Corporate Officers

Republished from Tressler’s Privacy Risk Report blog. High profile data breaches are inevitably followed by a flurry of lawsuits, including derivative lawsuits filed by those companies’ shareholders. However, derivative suits have not found success and are frequently dismissed at the… Continue Reading →

Court Tackles D&O Coverage Issues in Football Concussion Suit

As NFL and NCAA football players continue to file lawsuits against their former teams, leagues and conferences for alleged head injuries, there is no question that those teams, leagues and conferences will continue to turn to their insurers for coverage… Continue Reading →

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