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In the Law Tribune’s Insurance Law special section, articles focus on collapse, EO insurance and other topics.
The 6 Billion Question How Do You Define Collapse
The definition of “collapse” may carry great weight in a potentially significant appeal that insurers and homeowners are monitoring—one of several dozens of lawsuits arising from disputes about the estimated 30,000 Connecticut homes with crumbling foundations. Read more
Don’t Go Bare EO Insurance May Keep The Cold Away
It is estimated by the American Bar Association that 5 to 6 percent of all private attorneys face a legal malpractice claim each year. Read more
New Captive Insurance Law Heralds Growth and Innovation Opportunities in Connecticut
This year marked the 21st anniversary of the introduction of the first captive insurance bill being introduced in the General Assembly. Read more
Big Data: Insurance Innovation and Regulation
The use of big data and analytics, and other innovative technologies, is transforming the way the insurance business is being conducted. Read more
What Does It Mean to ‘Execute’ an Insured Contract?
Contractual liability exclusions are frequently found in commercial general liability policies. Read more