Category: INSURANCE LAW
Statutory criteria for insurer bad faith in dealing with insureds exists in almost all states. Sometimes it is based on the Model Act, sometimes not. The Model Act requires that insurers have rules, principles or...Read More
The What & The Where This post will discuss the role of definitions in insurance policies in...Read More
The following is an older-ish AIG cyber-world contract of insurance, that is, a cyber-space insurance policy. Remember, given the speed of the commercial growth of the cyberworld, something can be old when it is...Read More
This series of blog-essays contain an introduction to the Comprehensive General Liability policy used in the “real-world,” along with a type of liability insurance for the “cyber-” or “virtual...Read More
In my last post on insurance law, I discussed the idea that it is not possible to create formerly...Read More
The Possibility of Creation by Insureds for Already Existing Contracts Michael Sean Quinn* It is sometimes said that new components of an already existing insurance policy–a contract of insurance–cannot be...Read More
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