Archive | November, 2012

Five Auto Insurance “Insider Secrets” To Help You Save Money

Auto insurance: you’d love to live without it, but if you want to own a car, it’s the law. While most people typically look for the most inexpensive auto insurance available, that usually means sacrificing critical coverage that you may need down the road. So before you start trading protection for price, it’s important to […]

Continue Reading

Bibeka Shrethsa quotes me in her article, “Insurers Grow Tentative About Coverage For Cloud Users”

Today, Law360 published another great piece about insurance coverage for cyberrisks, and insurance coverage for cloud-based risks in particular.  In her article, Insurers Grow Tentative About Coverage For Cloud Users, author Bibeka Shrestha addresses the issue of the growth of cloud computing, risks with cloud computing, and, perhaps most important, insurance coverage for cloud computing risks. The article […]

Continue Reading

Cell Captives are the Right Move

Whether a captive insurance company is right for you depends upon your particular risk or exposure, the size of your business and the activity or inactivity of the traditional insurance market. Fortunately, the ability to enter or exit the captive market has become a lot easier through cell or segregated account captive companies.

Continue Reading

3D Printers And Foreseeable Misuse

In March of 2011 I wrote a blog, “3D Printers Will Change The World As We Know It”.  Well consider the plans of University of Texas law student and aspiring gun maker, Cody Wilson, one of the changes we could have never imagined a few years ago. Cody has a dream. His dream is to […]

Continue Reading

Can One Insured Sue Another Insured under General Liability?

A common contractual requirement for a contractor is to remove the cross-liability exclusion under a General Liability policy. This exclusion deals with whether or not one insured can sue another insured. Under older versions of ISO policy forms, such a request made perfect sense. However, under the more modern ISO policy forms, there is no […]

Continue Reading

“Insurance Recovery for Superstorm Sandy-Related Losses Sustained by Businesses and Communities in the Tri-State Area”

  The insurance coverage alert below, authored by attorneys in my firm’s Insurance Coverage Practice, provides a discussion on insurance coverage considerations for businesses and communities affected by Superstorm Sandy. These catastrophic events have caused loss of life, destruction, and dislocation on a massive scale. As the situation stabilizes and the focus turns to economic recovery, businesses will begin […]

Continue Reading