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Several insurance trends have emerged in the first half of 2024, including a series of procedural victories by policyholders fighting back against declaratory judgment lawsuits filed by their insurers. These decisions provide guidance for other policyholders in similar predicaments. In addition, several new kinds of underlying claims have emerged against policyholders facing lawsuits for alleged damages caused by social-media addiction and climate change. 

This presentation will analyze legal issues presented by these cases, examine the legal reasoning behind the outcomes, and predict future coverage battles in the second half of this year and beyond. 

Please join a policyholder attorney as he analyzes:

  • a trend of policyholder victories in declaratory judgment actions brought by insurers filing suit against their insureds [20 minutes];
  • coverage issues presented by new types of lawsuits against tech companies alleging damages for social-media addiction [20 minutes]; and
  • underlying climate-change actions and future coverage disputes between insurers and policyholders [20 minutes]. 

Who Should Attend: Attorneys in private practice and in-house counsel interested in staying up to date on insurance lawsuits and trends  

Program Level: Update

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None


Tae Andrews

Pasich LLP


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