Tag Archives: Other Insurance

Insurer Must Pay Post-Merger Defense Costs Under Merged Entity’s D&O Policy

Corporate policyholders should carefully consider insurance coverage implications when structuring mergers, acquisitions, or other transactions that may impact available insurance assets. A New Jersey federal court recently granted summary judgment for a surviving bank asserting coverage rights under a D&O policy issued to an entity that dissolved in a statutory merger, based in part on … Continue Reading

Policy Endorsement Trumps Exclusion But Also Renders Policies Excess To Other Available Coverage

On November 2, 2016, a federal judge in California ruled that a Real Estate Property Managed endorsement in policies issued to a real estate manager negated a standard policy exclusion, but also rendered the policies excess to other available insurance. The case involved a dispute over coverage for a bodily injury claim involving “Pigeon Breeders … Continue Reading
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