Texas Insurance Coverage Litigation: The Litigator's Practice Guide
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Texas Insurance Coverage Litigation is a practice guide for Texas litigators who are handling insurance coverage lawsuits or who are confronted with insurance questions in a litigation context. It includes legal analysis, practical tips, forms, and annotations specific to Texas and Fifth Circuit practice.
Part I considers third-party liability insurance and focuses on the coverage and features of these types of policies: commercial general liability, professional liability, directors and officers liability, employment practice, fiduciary liability, cyber and privacy liability, and excess and umbrella.
Part II is an overview of key concepts that apply to insurance coverage lawsuits governed by Texas law, including the rules of construction and the obligations of both the insurer and the insured.
Part III examines all aspects of an insurance coverage lawsuit, including pre-litigation matters, pleadings and discovery, trial considerations, and post-trial proceedings.
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