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Kathryn Formeller

Insured v. Insured Exclusion Applied to Preclude Coverage for Lawsuit Where Plaintiffs Included Both Insureds and Non-Insureds Under D&O Policy

Insured v. Insured exclusion applied to preclude coverage for an entire claim even where the underlying claim involved a lawsuit by an Insured Person and other plaintiffs who were not Insured Persons against other Insured Persons. Jerry’s Enterprises, Inc. v…. Continue Reading →

Related Claims Provision Precludes Coverage for Five Securities Lawsuits

Because five lawsuits filed during the coverage period of certain D&O policies related back to a lawsuit filed before the inception of the policies, the five lawsuits were barred from coverage pursuant to the policies’ Related Claims provision. Nomura Holding… Continue Reading →

No Coverage for Violations of the TCPA or Consumer Fraud Act Under Cyber Claims Endorsement

Violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and the Consumer Fraud Act do not constitute a Privacy Wrongful Act under a medical professional liability policy. Thus, the cyber claims endorsement of the policy did not provide coverage for unsolicited… Continue Reading →

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