New Appleman Sports and Entertainment Insurance Law & Practice Guide
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Brand new, this publication provides practical guidance in dealing with the types of insurance that are available for individual and entity participants in the sports and entertainment industries. It identifies the nuances of the insurance, requirements in the insurance policies that may need to be honored to obtain coverage, and overlooked sources of coverage. This unique product not only provides in-depth explanations of the substantive law but also nuts and bolts practical guidance for lawyers in handling virtually all issues that can arise involving insurance for all participants and entities in the sports and entertainment industries in the United States.
It analyzes germane insurance provisions, coverage issues and court decisions thus providing a thorough grounding in the current insurance law needed to successfully handle sports and entertainment insurance law issues. It applies general insurance principles to the needs of participants in the sports and entertainment industries. Insurance law principles that pertain to policyholders and insurers in general are explained and applied to instances and scenarios involving sports and entertainment events and participants. It further provides in-depth analysis of the insurance provisions, issues and court decisions unique to the sports and entertainment industries.
Individuals and entities in the entertainment and sports industries are the subject of a wide variety of claims and lawsuits. The economic consequences vary, but can reach millions, if not tens of millions of dollars, and can involve everything from paying lawyers and experts to defend against lawsuits, to paying to repair or rebuild property, to suffering losses from injuries, cancellations, delays, cast changes or closures and loss of business during periods of restoration.
The publication features practice insights, strategic guidance, comments and warnings. Insightful, expert guidance is provided giving you the key do’s and dont’s of practice. Appendices of key decisions and sample forms are provided. This publication thus presents a complete package of the tools you need to practice in this lucrative area of the law successfully.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: ENTERTAINMENT AND SPORTS LIABILITIES
Chapter 2: ENTERTAINMENT AND SPORTS LOSSES
Chapter 3: INSURANCE COVERAGE OVERVIEW
Chapter 4: POLICY CONDITIONS
Chapter 5: DUTIES OF INSURERS
Chapter 6: BAD FAITH LIABILITY AND PUNITIVE DAMAGES
Chapter 7: COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE
Chapter 8: ERRORS AND OMISSIONS/MEDIA LIABILITY INSURANCE
Chapter 9: DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS LIABILITY INSURANCE
Chapter 10: EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES LIABILITY INSURANCE
Chapter 11: WORKERS’ COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS’ LIABILITY COVERAGE
Chapter 12: COVERAGE AFTER MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
Chapter 13: OVERVIEW OF FIRST-PARTY INSURANCE
Chapter 14: PROPERTY AND TIME ELEMENT INSURANCE
Chapter 15: PRODUCTION INSURANCE
Chapter 16: EVENT CANCELLATION INSURANCE
Chapter 17: OTHER FIRST-PARTY INSURANCE FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT AND SPORTS INDUSTRIES
Chapter 18: MAXIMIZING CATASTROPHIC LOSS COVERAGE FOR INSURED INDIVIDUALS AND SMALL BUSINESSES
Chapter 19: CONSIDERATIONS IN COVERAGE DISPUTES
Chapter 20: INSURANCE BROKER LIABILITY