See Credit Details Below
Lawyers often play a critical role when it comes to D&O insurance. Defense counsel may be tasked with providing notice for lawsuits and governmental investigations. Corporate lawyers may need to assess whether a transaction triggers a change of control provision requiring the purchase of tail policies. And, lawyers of all types are asked by clients to review D&O insurance coverage to make sure they are adequately protected.
Yet, D&O insurance frustrates lawyers, and for good reason. Direct questions are often answered with incomprehensible insurance jargon and vague statements about what the policies “typically” do or do not do. Complexities that do not exist are raised, and oversimplifications are made that can be fatal.
Please join Mark E. Miller, founding partner of Miller Friel, PLLC, as he addresses some of the most important D&O insurance issues faced by lawyers including:
- What D&O insurance covers (more than most people think)
- Procuring coverage (the good, the bad, and the ugly)
- Enhancements to coverage (some good, some not so good)
- Issues to consider when making a D&O insurance claim
- Options for pursuing coverage