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  • 1.

    In what fora are insurance disputes litigated?

  • 2.

    When do insurance-related causes of action accrue?

  • 3.

    What preliminary procedural and strategic considerations should be evaluated in insurance litigation?

  • 4.

    What remedies or damages may apply?

  • 5.

    Under what circumstances can extracontractual or punitive damages be awarded?

  • 6.

    What rules govern interpretation of insurance policies?

  • 7.

    When is an insurance policy provision ambiguous and how are such ambiguities resolved?

  • 8.

    What are the mechanics of providing notice?

  • 9.

    What are a policyholder’s notice obligations for a claims-made policy?

  • 10.

    When is notice untimely?

  • 11.

    What are the consequences of late notice?

  • 12.

    What is the scope of an insurer’s duty to defend?

  • 13.

    What are the consequences of an insurer’s failure to defend?

  • 14.

    What constitutes bodily injury under a standard CGL policy?

  • 15.

    What constitutes property damage under a standard CGL policy?

  • 16.

    What constitutes an occurrence under a standard CGL policy?

  • 17.

    How is the number of covered occurrences determined?

  • 18.

    What event or events trigger insurance coverage?

  • 19.

    How is insurance coverage allocated across multiple insurance policies?

  • 20.

    What is the general scope of first-party property coverage?

  • 21.

    How is property valued under first-party insurance policies?

  • 22.

    Is insurance available in your jurisdiction for natural disasters and, if so, how does it generally operate?

  • 23.

    What is the scope of D&O coverage?

  • 24.

    What issues are commonly litigated in the context of D&O policies?

  • 25.

    What type of risks may be covered in cyber insurance policies?

  • 26.

    What cyber insurance issues have been litigated?

  • 27.

    Is insurance available in your jurisdiction for injury or damage caused by acts of terrorism and, if so, how does it generally operate?

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