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New York’s First Department Holds That Standards Used In Additional Insured Endorsements Are Not M
  In a decision that could substantially impact the scope of Additional Insured coverage afforded by General Liability policies, New York’s First Appellate Department recently held in&nbs... Read more.
Two Pleadings Contain “Interrelated Wrongful Acts” Despite the Inclusion of New Parties and Caus
A directors and officers liability insurance policy’s definition of “Interrelated Wrongful Acts” included both an original cross-complaint and the first amended cross-complaint despit... Read more.
No Coverage for Insurance Agent’s Claim Against His Agency for Failure to Procure Coverage
Expert: O'Brien, Donald A.,
  Plaintiff insurance agent was employed by his corporate insurance agency and was both an agent and an insured under the E&O policy issued to ... Read more.
Arm Yourselves Tax Preparers: Taxpayer Recovery of Interest Charges Disfavored in California
Expert: Buha, Steven M. , Reif, Brandon S. ,
  There has been a recent uptick in lawsuits brought by taxpayers claiming that their tax preparer rendered negligent tax advice or caused tax repo... Read more.
Parent Corporations With “Ultimate Authority” are Potentially Liable for Alleged Misrepresentati
 A motion to dismiss a securities shareholder class action complaint was recently denied in part by the Southern District of New York because the plaintiffs sufficiently alleged that a defendant p... Read more.
How to Destroy Your Reputation in 7 Easy Steps
Expert: Wilson, Charles,
‘Reputational Risk’ is often in the news, and we’ve seen many role models to show how to handle – or not – a business crisis. Arrogance, greed, secrecy and easy short... Read more.
Conflicts of Interest Can Eat Your Lunch
Expert: Wilson, Charles,
Recently, a client had an expensive and disappointing experience.  Their Human Resources service provider suddenly had a problem with a difficult employee-related action my client felt obligated t... Read more.
Contingency Plans = Survival!
Expert: Wilson, Charles,
The last Tip, “The ‘Oops’ Factor of Risk Management” introduced Contingency Planning as a business survival tool. I said these plans are simple but detailed.   ... Read more.
The “Oops” Factor of Risk Management
Expert: Wilson, Charles,
Contingency planning might be the most important element of risk management. Director magazine several years ago reported that 80% of firms that suffer a major setback to revenue do not survive &n... Read more.
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