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Welcome to the Coverage Corner. This area will provide updates on cases impacting the insurance/reinsurance industry. Coverage Corner is the IACP’s effort to provide the best and most useful content that caters to the needs of busy claim executives who engage in a wide range of coverage topics. Rather than presenting an in-depth analysis of any particular case or legal issue, Coverage Corner will strive to present national trends to the IACP readership, along with short case summaries that can be reviewed quickly and easily.

Quick! Look behind you!

We are pleased to bring you the following 2017 insurance coverage summary pieces to help demonstrate where key coverage issues are coming from and where they are going in the year ahead. The four articles we are posting address:

o Key Cyber Risk Insurance Coverage, Data Breach, and Standing Decisions 2017 by Vincent J. Vitkowsky, Seiger Gfeller Laurie LLP

o Year in Review: Notable Insurance Coverage Developments of 2017!
by Michael S. Levine, Lorelie S. Masters and Geoffrey B. Fehling, Hunton & Williams LLP

o The Year in Review: 2017 Key D&O Insurance Coverage Decisions
by Jennifer Bergstrom, Hiscox USA and Elan Kandel and Jennifer Lewis, Bailey Cavalieri LLC
The Year in Review - 2017 Key D&O Coverage Decisions

o Construction Defect Claims: A 2017 Update
– Part 1 and Construction Defect Claims: A 2017 Update – Part 2 by Thomas F. Segalla, William J. Edwins, Michael T. Glascott, Michael F. Lettiero and Brandon D. Zeller, Goldberg Segalla

Construction Defect Claims 2017 Update Part One - IACP Reprint

Construction Defect Claims 2017 Update Part Two - IACP Reprint


A 50-State Survey of The Twists And Turns Of Coverage Position Letters


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IACP is pleased to offer its members exclusive access to the most up to date national survey of the important legal issues in each state with regard to the drafting of coverage position letters. This survey, compiled by Adam Fleischer and the coverage team at BatesCarey LLP, is over 550 pages in total, capable of jumping from state to state via a hyperlinked table of contents, and updates will be provided for IACP members by the authors as new cases are published.

This 50-state survey is only available to IACP members through this link and is not otherwise available.

If you have a topic you would like to see covered, or have other comments, please contact the Coverage Corner editor, Adam Fleischer, at