Mealey's Emerging Insurance Disputes

Twice-monthly newsletter on insurance coverage litigation in emerging areas.
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ISBN: 1087-139X
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Mealey's Emerging Insurance Disputes captures and tracks new areas of coverage liability, novel policy applications, and conflicting policy language interpretations as they arise in the ever-evolving world of insurance litigation. The Report details cases in a wide range of practices areas, from the corporate world of professional liability, directors and officers liability, employer liability, employment practices and employee dishonesty to the coverage fallout of high-profile lawsuits, such as the Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia, the Jerry Sandusky and Catholic Church sexual abuse scandals and the defamation lawsuits filed against actor Billy Cosby.

Other reported on coverage issues include data theft, securities fraud, business risk, intellectual property, insurance practices, product liability, municipal liability, fiduciary liability, law enforcement liability and advertising injury, as well as liability arising from more recent catastrophic events, such as Superstorm Sandy and the Gulf Oil Spill.

The Report features unbiased news stories, case summaries, attorney listings and the full text of court documents. Subscribers also receive expert commentary articles. Subscribers enjoy comprehensive state and federal trial and appellate courts coverage from start to finish, including pleadings, opinions, jury verdicts, settlements and more. Published twice monthly.

This valuable insight into current news and litigation trends helps subscribers to advise clients, prepare for trial, draft pleadings and briefs, connect with key players in the litigation, gauge the temperament of the judiciary and build compelling cases. Subscribe today!

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