BatesCarey’s Adam H. Fleischer and David J. Buishas examine the implications of COVID-19.
BatesCarey’s Jordon S. Steinway will lead a discussion regarding coverage considerations for social service institutions with a casualty claims group.
Michael Passman, Gustavo Otalvora and Jordan Lowe Publish Chapters in Illinois Insurance Law HandbookMarch 2020 | Category: Articles and Presentations
Michael H. Passman, Gustavo A. Otalvora and I. Jordan Lowe contributed to the 2020 edition of "Insurance Law," an Illinois insurance law handbook published by the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education.
BatesCarey’s Jordon S. Steinway will present to a public entity underwriting team at its annual Planning Meeting on January 29, 2020 in San Antonio, Texas.
There is an ongoing national trend to revive time-barred civil child sexual abuse claims which will likely result in insurers continuing to receive a large number of sexual abuse claims in 2020.
BatesCarey is pleased to announce that Allyson C. Spacht will present “The National Opioid Crisis — Who Pays for the Solution?” at the 2020 CLM Annual Conference in Dallas from March 18-20.
The Illinois Appellate Court Confirms That “Property Damage” and “Occurrence” Requires Damage Beyond The Insured’s Scope Of Work, But Even A Vague Allegation Of Damage Outside The Insured’s Work Triggers The Duty To DefendDecember 2019 | Category: Articles and Presentations, News
In a recent opinion, the Appellate Court of Illinois, First District, has provided useful guidance to general liability carriers facing construction defect claims on the “occurrence” and “property damage” requirements, and on determining the duty to defend. Certain Underwriters at Lloyd's London v. Metropolitan Builders, Inc.; & AIG Property Casualty Company, 2019 IL App (1st) 190517.
BatesCarey’s David J. Buishas analyzed how cryptocurrencies and Initial Coin Offerings are regulated under current securities and commodities laws and evaluated potential implications on traditional insurance policies.
BatesCarey’s Jason P. Minkin, Jonathan A. Cipriani, and Joseph E. Tennial write about the recent decision, United States Fire Insurance Co. v. Hawaii Canoe Racing Association et al., No. 1:18-cv-00212, 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 207564 (D. Haw. Nov. 27, 2019), where the U.S. District Court for the District of Hawaii found that a marine liability insurer did not have to defend or indemnify the sponsor of a canoe race in connection with a lawsuit filed by a participant who suffered serious injuries after she was struck by the propeller of a motorboat.
Adam H. Fleischer and Allyson C. Spacht discuss in the December 2019 issue of DRI’s For the Defense the challenges in using opioid lawsuits to fund future societal change, and the insurance limitations of such an approach.