Tag Archives: D&ampO

Privacy Rights, Liability Exposures, and Potential D&O Claims

One of the most important recent legal and regulatory developments has been the elevation of privacy rights and concerns. Privacy issues are related to but distinct from cybersecurity issues and concerns, because privacy is concerned about more than just keeping … Continue reading

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What to Watch Now in the World of D&O

Every year just after Labor Day, I take a step back and survey the most important current trends and developments in the world of Directors’ and Officers’ liability and D&O insurance. This year’s survey is set out below. Once again, … Continue reading

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Yet Another D&O Claim Arising out of Revelations of Sexual Misconduct

As I have noted in recent posts, the #MeToo movement has led to a number of D&O lawsuits as the accountability process has led not only to claims against the wrongdoers but also against the wrongdoers’ company and other company … Continue reading

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What to Talk About When You Talk About D&O Insurance

Perhaps because of my many years in the D&O insurance business, I am frequently approached by younger insurance agency and insurance brokerage professionals who are thinking about trying to concentrate on D&O insurance as product specialty. I generally encourage this … Continue reading

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Another D&O Lawsuit Arising from Sexual Misconduct Allegations

In the latest example of a D&O lawsuit arising in the wake of allegations against a corporate executive of sexual misconduct, a shareholder has filed a securities class action lawsuit against National Beverage Corp. and certain of its executives following … Continue reading

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