The Financial Institution Bond and Commercial Crime Policy: Principles and Annotations
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The Financial Institution Bond and Commercial Crime Policy: Principles and Annotations, is a brand new publication that combines into one book the two most popular and useful fidelity books ever published by the ABA - Annotated Financial Institution Bond and Annotated Commercial Crime Insurance Policy. The ambitious combination of these two books into a single, must-have encyclopedia of fidelity law is the result of scholarly contributions from more than four dozen experienced practitioners. It provides lawyers and insurance professionals with a single-volume reference that addresses the legal treatment of both the financial institution bond and commercial crime policy in all federal and state courts, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands, making it a key research tool and reference book for every practitioner.
The book provides concise and informative summaries of the most important cases addressing key parts of the most-used fidelity insurance policy forms in the industry, along with an introduction and scholarly comments about the provisions. For every-day issues, developing modern issues, and a comprehensive treatment of the provisions of these instruments, Principles and Annotations is a must-have book.
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