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Insuring Terrorism in America

Recent high-profile attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, CA have refocused the attention of the insurance industry upon terrorism coverage issues.  The question of whether terrorism coverage applies...

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Data Breach Preparedness

The risk of large-scale data breaches will continue to affect businesses of all sizes in 2016.  Such breaches may not only require affected companies to incur a great deal of time and expense, but...

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Does the Value of Labor Depreciate?

On December 10, 2015, the Arkansas Supreme Court held that a property insurer may not depreciate labor when calculating actual cash value (ACV). ...

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“For The Defense:” The Five Most Effective Motions In Limine in Any Coverage Dispute

Two of our attorneys, Robert T. Horst and Daniel L. Petrilli, have been published in  the October 2015 issue of "For The Defense."   Check out their article here:

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Depreciating Labor — Yes Or No?

(Updated: April 1, 2020) May an insurer depreciate labor in a first-party property claim?  There's a split amongst the states and their...

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Here Comes Hurricane Season

Monday, June 1, 2015, marks the official start to the Atlantic Hurricane season.  Don’t be fooled though; hurricane season unofficially kicked...

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Being In The Minority – The Broad Evidence Rule

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Cyber Attacks and Data Breaches are Not Limited to Fortune 500 Companies

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Flood is Not a Covered Loss

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Philadelphia Property Insurance Litigation in 2015

The American insurance industry is facing unprecedented opportunity and risk.  Issues are emerging as rapidly as each brand new technological advance, market shift, and change in the world...

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