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Top Ten Insurance Issues for Non-Insurance Lawyers

Recorded on: Oct. 6, 2017
Running Time: 01:05:40

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Taken from the briefing Top Ten Insurance Issues for Non-Insurance Lawyers recorded October 2017 in New York.

More now, than perhaps any other time, corporate policyholders are losing insurance recovery cases that they deserved to win. A review of the case law indicates that corporate policyholders are either getting bad advice, or making critical preventable mistakes.

The purpose of this discussion is to alert non-insurance lawyers of insurance issues where policyholders make preventable mistakes that can result in the loss of coverage.

Lecture Topics  [01:05:40]

Listen to Mark E. Miller, founding partner of Miller Friel, PLLC, as he addresses ten critical, but often misunderstood, areas of insurance law, including:

  • Notice
  • Recovery of defense costs
  • Government investigations
  • Independent investigations
  • Cyber/intellectual property claims
  • D&O insurance terms and conditions
  • Post-merger acquisition claims
  • Rescission
  • Criminal activities
  • Privilege

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  • Top Ten Insurance Issues for Non-Insurance Lawyers
    Mark E. Miller
Mark E Miller ~ Miller Friel, PLLC
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