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The Northern District of Indiana Holds That Loss Reserve Information Qualifies as Protected Work Product.

In G&S Metal Consultants, Inc. v. Cont’l Cas. Co., 2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 151431 (N.D. Ind. Oct. 24, 2014), the district court held that loss reserves generated in anticipated of litigation were protected under the work...more

Insurance Coverage for Businesses Affected by Hurricane Odile

Reports are coming in from Baja California about substantial damages from Hurricane Odile. As of September 15, 2014, the airport in Cabo San Lucas is closed, as are roads up and down the Baja peninsula. While there is no way...more

Insurance recovery issues following Vietnam unrest

Recent turmoil and violence at manufacturing parks throughout Vietnam over the last few weeks is impacting both local and global manufacturers and the complex supply chains currently utilised by MNCs could mean relatively...more

The Missing Link In Business Interruption Coverage Claims

Suppose you are counsel for a policyholder impacted by a damaging storm, hurricane or other catastrophic event. Your client reports that it sustained property damage and a significant business interruption loss. You are asked...more

Disaster and Business Interruption Coverages in the Wake of the Polar Vortex

The “Polar Vortex” created severe cold weather conditions and record low temperatures across most of the United States. Many businesses suffered property damage or loss of business as a result of weather-related shut downs,...more

Lives and Businesses Interrupted by Rocky Mountain Floods

Over the past several days, severe flooding has inundated several states in the Rocky Mountain Region. Following the nearly fifteen inches of rain dumped on parts of Colorado, the resulting floods continue to wreak havoc in a...more

Unprecedented Flooding in Alberta, Canada: Insurance Coverage for Property Damage, Loss of Business Income and Extra Expenses

Three days of unusually heavy rainfall has caused extensive flooding in Alberta, Canada. Calgary, the epicenter of Canada’s energy industry, was particularly hard hit, with flooding of the city itself and widespread loss of...more

Insurance Coverage For Businesses Affected By The Oklahoma Tornado

Many businesses in Oklahoma have been impacted by the devastating tornado that hit that state on May 20, 2013. Early estimates indicate the tornado caused upwards of $2 billion in damage....more

Only A Matter of Time – Prepare For Geomagnetic Storms

Originally published in Insurance Law360 on February 21, 2013. Geomagnetic storms present a unique risk to power grids, power grid customers and insurers. The modern world, and particularly the East Coast of the U.S., is...more

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