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Effective Date: February 26, 2020
Vol. 9 - Issue 2
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The Coverage Opinions Interview With Kent Alexander
Kent Alexander was the U.S. Attorney in Atlanta who was involved in the Richard Jewell/Olympic bombing case. He wrote the letter that cleared Jewell and co-wrote the book on which the recent Clint Eastwood-directed movie "Richard Jewell" is based. I spoke to Kent about the case, lessons to be learned from the rush to judgment that falsely accused the hero security guard of being the bomber and making time in his schedule for Clint Eastwood. And Kent shared a great Nancy Grace story!

Randy Spencer's Open Mic
First It's Candy – Then It's Gum: Is There Coverage For A Case Of Razzles Falling On Your Head?

Encore: Randy Spencer's Open Mic
Insurance Company Spokespeople That Actually Make Sense

Breaking (Decided Friday): E-Mail Phishing Scam: Coverage For "Social Engineering"
No Coverage For "Computer Transfer Fraud:" Court Bucks Trend; Reopens Circuit Courts' Split
Josh Mooney, White And Williams Cyber And Data Protection Group Chair Breaks It Down

If Jane Austen Worked In Insurance Coverage

All Shook Up: The Wall Street Journal Published My Article On Elvis And The Law (Really)

Can't Get Tickets For The Super Bowl? Sue The NFL

Contest Results Are In: Please Help To Solve An Argument Between My Wife And Me

"Alienation of Affections" Part II – Is It Insurable?

At Least One Insurance New Year's Resolution Kept! Imagine That!

Coverage Counsel Authors Insurer's Letters -- Leads To Waiver of Attorney-Client Privilege

It's Back: Despite Keodalah, Washington Court Can't Rule Out Bad Faith Claim Against Adjuster
White And Williams's Tim Carroll Saw This Decision Coming

Court Decides If A "Stub" Period Gets A Separate Limit

Pollution Exclusion And Trout Spawning

A Rarity: An Interesting Case Involving Mobile Equipment [ISO Take Notice]

No Coverage Under Primary. Wait, What About The Umbrella?

Tapas: Small Dishes Of Insurance Coverage
• Surprising: NJ Court Says Insurer Needs Prejudice For Pre-Tender Defense Costs Disclaimer 
• OCIP Exclusion Applies To Additional Insured – Even If Named Insured Not Enrolled In Wrap-Up Policy

• How Strict Can "Four Corners" Be? Really Strict.

Update: March 11, 2020
CGL Coverage And Coronavirus: Is Causing Exposure An "Occurrence"?

Update: March 14, 2020
ISO Excluded Coronavirus Coverage 15 Years Ago

Update: March 15, 2020
New Jersey Legislature Considering Bill To Force Insurers To Pay COVID-19 Business Interruption Claims Expressly Excluded By ISO’s “Virus” Exclusion

Update: March 17, 2020
First Coronavirus Coverage Suit Filed For Business Interruption

Update: March 19, 2020
COVID-19: The Real Operation of New Jersey’s Proposed Insurance Legislation

Update: March 23, 2020
COVID-19: Why The Disconnect Between Perception And Reality For Business Interruption Coverage

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