Insurance Law Practice, Third Edition
- John M. Nonna, Esq.; Christopher W. Healy, Esq.
Contents at a Glance
Construing the Insurance Contract / Trigger of Coverage / Single or Multiple Occurrences / Policy Notification, Cancellation and Cooperation Requirements / The Duty to Defend / The “Damages” Limitation: Environmental Coverage / Insurers’ Liability in Excess of Policy Limits / Apportioning Coverage Among Insurers/ Subrogation / Additional Insureds / Insurance Coverage for Punitive Damages / Limitations on the Ability of Insurers to Disclaim Coverage / Claims-Made Policy Coverage Issues / Excess and Extended Coverages and Excess Coverage Issues / Reinsurance / Choice of Law and Choice of Forum: Threshold Considerations in the Insurance / Arbitration as a Forum for Resolving Coverage Disputes / Actions Brought By and Against Insurers / Discovery in Coverage and Bad-Faith Litigation / Conflicts of Interest and the Role and Obligations of Defense Counsel / More…
Practitioners will benefit from this compilation of the vast hands-on and litigation experience of its dozens of contributing authors and editors. This two-volume title covers many insurance-related topics; including general principles of insurance contracts, contract litigation, types of insurance policies, and other issues. Insurance Law Practice, Third Edition is an invaluable reference for attorneys who practice insurance law in New York State.
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- August 1, 2019
- 1,612 pages