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No Coverage When Claims Relate Back to Notices Prior to Policy Inception

It is pretty common for D&O and E&O and other professional liability claims-made policies to have exclusions that preclude coverage for incidents that took place and were noticed prior to the inception of the policy.  Unless the policyholder has purchased “nose” coverage or has a retroactive date that goes back far enough, a prior noticed … Continue Reading

Coverage for Government Investigations and Warranty of No Known Claims

Obtaining insurance coverage for a government investigation is often complicated by the type of investigation and the available coverage.  Most policies that cover aspects of government investigations–directors and officers liability policies or errors and omissions policies–are written on a claims-made form and exclude claims that relate back to prior or pending claims.  Very often the … Continue Reading
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