New Appleman on Insurance: Current Critical Issues in Insurance Law (Spring)

New Appleman on Insurance: Current Critical Issues in Insurance Law is a hot-topics quarterly publication that addresses the most urgent challenges facing insurance law practitioners. The articles are written by practitioners and scholars of the highest caliber.
Publisher: Matthew Bender

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2021 Edition
ISBN: 9781663301994
Estimated: March 22, 2021
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The publication includes both articles on new critical issues confronting insurance lawyers and the insurance industry and articles on recurring, perennial issues that insurance lawyers encounter that are yet unsettled in the law. Several articles have appendices surveying the positions of various jurisdictions on the main issue of the article.

The articles range over the wide spectrum of insurance coverage issues and focus on leading and provocative matters of concern to attorneys involved in insurance law. Recent articles illustrate the point:

•  When extrinsic evidence can defeat the duty to defend;
•  An insurer’s right to recoup non-covered defense costs and indemnity payments;
•  How credit default swaps and the lack of regulation brought down an insurance giant;
•  The number of occurrences issue under CGL policies;
•  The next generation of environmental insurance claims;
•  Is a total cessation of business necessary for recovery under business interruption insurance; and
•  The scope of disability insurance.

The 2020 ISBN is 9781522185857.

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Table of contents

* Insuring Business Losses Sustained in the Coronavirus Pandemic: A Plague on Whose House?
* Do You Really Want to Post That? A Look at Social Media Liability
* Proof on Dismissal: Insurer Absolute Defenses in an Age of Plausible Claims