Tag Archives: D&ampO

The Critical Issue of Private Company D&O Insurance Coverage for Competition Law Claims

One potential area of potential legal exposure facing corporate executives – including even executives of private companies – is the risk of liability under laws designed to protect competition, including (but definitely not limited to) state and federal antitrust laws. … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Six Avoidable Problems Directors Can Have With Their D&O Insurance

Paul Ferrillo In the following guest post, Paul Ferrillo,  a partner in the law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP in New York City, takes a look a six recurring problems that directors can have with their D&O insurance and how to … Continue reading

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The Deteriorating D&O Insurance Environment for Foreign U.S.-Listed Companies

For many years, U.S.-listed companies based outside the U.S. have enjoyed a relatively advantageous pricing environment for their D&O insurance. Because many D&O insurance underwriters based outside the U.S. used a different pricing model than their U.S. counterparts, pricing for … Continue reading

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PLUS D&O Symposium in New York

Sunshine in Times Square This past week I was at the annual Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS) D&O Symposium at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Times Square, New York. The weather on the Tuesday arrival day was unusually clement for … Continue reading

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D&O Insurance: Policy Wording Matters

Everyone involved in any way in D&O insurance transactions has seen an insurance buyer choose to buy a policy that while less expensive provides narrower coverage. Sometimes the price difference might be slight, sometimes the difference could be significant. But … Continue reading

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