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Another Disappointed “Additional Insured.”

by Butler Snow LLP on

We’ve used this headline before. We’ll almost certainly use it again. The case this time, just handed down by the New York Court of Appeals, is Burlington Insurance Co. v. NYC Transit Authority....more

Transportation Disrupted: AI in the Driver's Seat

Eversheds Sutherland Lawyers Share Insights on Data Privacy, Cybersecurity, Intellectual Property and other Challenges Raised by Autonomous and Connected Cars - On May 3, 2017, Eversheds Sutherland hosted Transportation...more

Marine Insurance - May 2017

by Lane Powell PC on

Oregon Federal Court Holds Accident on Oregon Side of Columbia River is Covered Under Yacht Policy Despite the Navigational Warranty Restricting Coverage to Washington “Inland Lakes and Rivers” - Marine insurance contracts...more

April 2017 Independent Contractor Misclassification and Compliance News Update

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

April was a red-hot month for independent contractor misclassification cases. We report below on 11 cases in the courts and two before administrative agencies involving...more

Is your Motor Vehicle Loan Safe? Part 2: North Carolina

by Nexsen Pruet, PLLC on

This article is a follow up to Bruce Wallace’s April 13, 2017 update, "Is your Motor Vehicle Loan Safe?" regarding how insurance policies may not protect the credit union’s lien. Specifically, Mr. Wallace’s update dealt with...more

The Road to Autonomous Vehicles: Insurance Implications

by Jones Day on

As autonomous vehicles move toward mass implementation, businesses in this industry segment are studying product liability questions that will arise, some of which are likely to be distinctly different in character from the...more

Is your Motor Vehicle Loan Safe?

by Nexsen Pruet, PLLC on

Insurance policies may not protect the credit union's lien - Today’s insurance world is a complicated scene. Insureds have more choice than ever for insurance coverage. If a federal credit union has a lien on a motor...more

The Answers to Some of Your Questions About What Airlines Can Do When a Flight is Overbooked and Someone Is Going to Have to Get...

Suddenly, the entire world is interested in learning about the laws governing airlines’ actions when a flight is overbooked. It isn’t every day that the entire world suddenly wants to learn all about something that you’ve...more

What Do Autonomous Vehicles Portend for Commercial Auto Insurance?

If you weren’t already convinced, this Drive.ai video of a self-driving system demonstrating an extended drive, at night, in rainy conditions, without human intervention, shows how close we may be as a society in which human...more

Auto Dealership Liability for Accidents Occurring During Test Drives: How to Protect Your Dealership

by Jaburg Wilk on

Prospective car buyers are no different than the drivers we encounter daily on the road: some are skilled, some are not so skilled. Add to that the prospective buyer’s unfamiliarity with the vehicle they are test-driving,...more

Marine Insurance in the Trump Presidency: Smooth Sailing in 2017?

by Holland & Knight LLP on

Although the Trump Administration's plans for significant infrastructure investment, including key ports and terminals, bode well for the marine industry, it is unclear how proposed restrictive trade policies will impact port...more

It’s The End Of the [Automobile Insurance] World as We Know It

As technology evolves, traditional auto insurance may be a thing of the past. The rise of autonomous vehicles (AVs) will likely drastically reduce or effectively eliminate vehicle collisions. With a high level of...more

Title Bout: Second Circuit Limits Parties’ Control Over Construction Of Policies

by Carlton Fields on

Like other contracts, insurance policies are divided into parts, and most of the parts appear under headings or captions. A separate contract term (known as a “titles clause” or a “headings clause”) sometimes specifies that...more

Did You Know That Your Insurance May Not Apply If You Injure a Bike Rider Opening a Taxi Cab Door?

by Melito & Adolfsen on

Did You Know That Your Insurance May Not Apply If You Injure a Bike Rider Opening a Taxi Cab Door? Take this scenario. You live in New York City. You get into a taxicab. You reach your destination. You open the...more

Red Notice Newsletter - Chinese

LATAM Airlines Agrees to Pay $22 Million to Settle FCPA Cases - Last month, LATAM Airlines (“LATAM”), based in Santiago, Chile, agreed to pay $22 million to settle parallel civil and criminal proceedings involving...more

Postdiluvian Perils: Second Circuit Weighs Coverage For Losses Suffered After The Waters Recede

by Carlton Fields on

As this blog has reported, exclusions and limits for flood coverage have generally held up against the tide of claims arising from Superstorm Sandy. Now that the water is gone, however, new losses have been discovered, and...more

Court Compels Non-Signatory Affiliates, But Not Broker, To Arbitrate Premium Payment Dispute

by Carlton Fields on

National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh brought a petition in a New York federal court, to compel nine related companies to arbitrate a payment dispute relating to certain policies of insurance issued to the...more

In Indiana, an Absolute Pollution Exclusion May Exclude Absolutely Nothing

by Carlton Fields on

A recent article in the Sports section of The Miami Herald read “Shooting coach helps Winslow.” Perhaps, but it probably didn’t help the coach much. The admonition to “eat every carrot and pea on your plate” undoubtedly...more

Ambiguity And Ensuing Loss: The Second Circuit Affirms The Southern District Of New York’s Holdings In a $675 Million Superstorm...

In National Railroad Passenger Corp. v. Aspen Specialty Ins. Co., 2016 U.S. App. LEXIS 16074 (2d. Cir. Aug. 31, 2016), Amtrak sought the entire $675 million of available coverage from a number of its insurers for damages...more

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals Rules AMTRAK Is Not Entitled to Additional Insurance Proceeds for Superstorm Sandy-Related...

As the East Coast heads into hurricane season, the Second Circuit issued a timely decision in National Railroad Passenger Corp. v. Aspen Specialty Insurance Cor., 2016 U.S. App. LEXIS 16704 (2d Cir. Aug. 31, 2016). Amtrak...more

Cyber Risk and Reality – Procuring Transportation in the 21st Century

by Nossaman LLP on

With the rapid pace of innovation and deployment of intelligent transportation systems (ITS) to enhance existing transportation infrastructure, transportation officials frequently procure and manage sophisticated systems that...more

Despite Pollution Exclusion, Insurer On Hook for Contamination in Indiana

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: The Northern District of Indiana rejected the insurer’s assertion that its pollution exclusion clauses unambiguously included all contaminants. Indiana, unlike other jurisdictions, is pro-insured when...more

Indiana Court Concludes Broad Pollution Exclusion Is Ambiguous

In its recent decision in Old Republic Ins. Co. v. Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 96361 (N.D. Ind. July 25, 2016), the United States District Court for the Northern District of Indiana had...more

New, Relaxed Regulations Make Drone Use on Construction Projects Easier

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently introduced relaxed regulations concerning the use of drones for commercial purposes. The new regulations could have a significant impact on drone usage in the construction...more

Drone Mapping the Way of the Future for Insurance Companies

Drone mapping provides insurance companies with an easy, fast and accurate method of documenting a scene and preserving key details while also letting the process of clean-up and reconstruction begin as quickly as possible....more

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