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Effective Date: December 13, 2017
Vol. 6 - Issue 9
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Declarations: The Coverage Opinions Interview With Jeh Johnson, Former Secretary Of Homeland Security
Jeh Johnson, long-time Paul Weiss attorney, and former Secretary of Homeland Security, was kind enough to let me visit him to reflect on his diverse career in private practice and public service. No, Secretary of Homeland Security is not the most thankless job in America he told me. Is a cyber 9/11 coming? He thinks it may already have. What’s it like to give the order to kill someone? Few can describe that. Johnson can. And yes, the man responsible for TSA took off his shoes when going through airport security. You bet I asked.

Randy Spencer’s Open Mic
The Organic and Green Version Of The Commercial General Liability Policy

Check This Out: All Sorts Of Coverage Opinions-Related Things Make The News

Coming Soon: The 4th Edition Of “Insurance Key Issues”

Encore: Declarations: The Coverage Opinions Interview With The Grinch Who Stole Insurance

From Boo To Sue: Maniloff Publishes Halloween Op-Ed In USA Today On Haunted Houses Liability

John Grisham Says Insurance Law On The Bar Exam

Pet Insurance: My Dog’s Medical Diagnosis

The Most Important Key On Your Key Board

Frank Malpigli On The Duty To Defend That Does Not End

Policy’s Mistaken Semicolon Gives Rise To Coverage

Tapas: Small Dishes Of Insurance Coverage
• Cosgrove Returns: I’ve Never Seen This Before In A Coverage Case
• Court Provides Primer On The “War Risk” Exclusion

17th Annual
“Ten Most Significant Coverage Decisions Of The Year”

Introduction And Selection Process (and why Xia v. ProBuilders not selected)

1. Long v. Farmers (Or. 2017)
Insurer’s Potential Obligation To Pay Prevailing Party Attorney’s Fees Dramatically Broadened

2. Walsh Construction Company v. Zurich American Ins. Co. (Ind. Ct. App.)
SIR Obligation Applies To The Additional Insured Too

3. Thompson v. National Union Fire Insurance Company (D. Conn.)
O-CIP! Is It A Wrap For The Wrap-Up Exclusion? (Underwriters Take Note)

4. In Re National Lloyds Insurance Company (Tex. Sup. Ct.)
Policyholder To Insurer On Attorney’s Fees: I’m Showing You Mine, You Show Me Yours

5. Mount Vernon Fire Insurance Co. v. VisionAid, Inc. (Mass. Sup. Jud. Ct.)
Insurer’s Duty To Defend Does Not Include The Duty To Pay To Prosecute The Insured’s Counterclaim

6. Harleysville Group Insurance v. Heritage Communities (S.C. Sup. Ct.)
Loudest, Longest And Clearest Decision Ever Declaring A ROR Ineffective – And For A Common Reason

7. UnitedHealth Group v. Executive Risk Specialty Ins. Co. (8th Cir.)
Covered vs. Uncovered Claims: Federal Appeals Court’s Primer On Post-Settlement Allocation

8. Arden v. Forsberg & Umlauf, PS (Wash. Sup. Ct. )
Is There A New Reason For An Insured’s Entitlement To Independent Counsel?

9. Carlson v. American International Group (N.Y. Ct. App.)
New York’s Draconian Statute On Disclaimer Letters: More Claims Will Now Be In A New York State Of Mind
Guest Author: Dan Kohane, Hurwitz & Fine, Buffalo

10. Big News From ISO: The Organization Files A Professional Liability Policy
Is A Standard Professional Liability Form Finally Here?

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