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New Law in New Jersey Increases Scope of Insurance Fraud to Insurance Certificates

by Saul Ewing LLP on

Contractors should be aware of a New Jersey law that could cause them to be found liable for insurance fraud if they provide insurance certificates to owners containing false or misleading information. The new law, which goes...more

Relying on a Certificate of Insurance? Better read it first.

by Butler Snow LLP on

Risk management law experts – notably those at International Risk Management Institute, Inc., whose outstanding website is a treasure trove of useful information — have warned for years that Certificates of Insurance are “one...more

Court Determines Reinsurer Obligation To Pay For Combined Loss And Expense Capped At The Dollar Amount Stated In The Reinsurance...

by Carlton Fields on

The United States District Court for the Southern District of New York granted partial summary judgment to plaintiff reinsurer seeking a declaration that the dollar amount stated in the “Reinsurance Acceptance” section of...more

Insuring Your Business -- December 2012

by McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC on

In This Issue: Insurance Coverage Related to Oil and Natural Gas Fracking; Finding Coverage For Fiduciary Liability Claims; and What’s the Difference Between an Insurance Certificate and an Additional...more

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