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Effective Date: June 6, 2018
Vol. 7 - Issue 5
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Declarations: The Coverage Opinions Interview With Dan Abrams
His New Book On Lincoln The Lawyer; Battling Nancy Grace; Making The New Court TV; Having Julia Roberts As A Fan

I visited ABC News and Good Morning America legal analyst Dan Abrams at his Midtown Manhattan office. On the agenda – his out-this-week book on Abraham Lincoln as a lawyer (with a backstory that can give you chills), two programs on A&E and effort to make the new Court TV. It is no wonder that he’s finishing up a cup of soup as I settle in. Abrams has a great sense of humor – he let out a long laugh at the Nancy Grace joke I wrote for him.

Randy Spencer’s Open Mic
Legalized Sports Betting Is Coming: The Gambler’s Protection Policy

Approved: ALI Restatement Of Liability Insurance
Free Seminar On The ALI Restatement

Insurance Key Issues:
This Is What Makes The Book Unique

The Four Questions: Andy Lundberg
Why Is This Coverage Lawyer Different From All Other Coverage Lawyers?
Finding A Picasso Behind A Paint-By-Numbers

Winners Of The Insurance Coverage Haiku Contest

Encore: Declarations
The Coverage Opinions Interview With Ben Brafman – Attorney For Harvey Weinstein

I Went To Graceland: You Won’t Believe What I Saw

Blind Melon: Seeing A Coverage Opinions Interviewee In Concert

Insurance Coverage Talk Radio: What Is The Most Important Pollution Exclusion Decision?

U.S. Open Preview:
What You Need To Know About Getting Hit By A Golf Ball At A Professional Tournament

“Continuing Injury Exclusion” Not Upheld In Multiple Plaintiff Case

New York State Of Bind: The Post-Carlson Issue Is Here
Insurers Ignore At Your Peril

It Looks, Walks And Quacks Professional -- But It’s Not A “Professional Service”

Insurer Has Right To Settle. Insured Refuses To Sign The Settlement Agreement: Now What?

Shoulda Bought Key Issues: Insurer Drops The Ball On The Independent Counsel Rule

Tapas: Small Dishes Of Insurance Coverage
• Words You’ll Only Hear In A Coverage Decision
• Being Wrong Is Not Bad Faith
• Court Changes Its Mind: Goes From Pro-Rata To All Sums Allocation
• Wisconsin Supreme Court: Failure to Train/Supervise Not An “Occurrence”
• Kentucky Supreme Court: Even Consequential CD Damages Not An “Occurrence”

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  Volume 5 - Issue 9 -September 7, 2016
  Volume 5 - Issue 10 -October 12, 2016
  Volume 5 - Issue 11 -November 9, 2016
  Volume 5 - Issue 12 -December 7, 2016
  Volume 6 - Issue 1 -January 11, 2017
  Volume 6 - Issue 2 -February 23, 2017
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