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Additional Insured Webinar Series, Part 1: Procuring And Confirming AI Coverage

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What is the general issue?  Why this is important now?
The general issue is procuring and confirming additional insured coverage.  This issue is critical to businesses today, as it allows businesses the opportunity to access assets held by other companies, without impairing or impacting their own insurance assets.  It also is crucial for insurance companies that are analyzing the scope of coverage that is sought and that will be provided to named and additional insureds.

•         Introduction to Scope of Additional Insured Coverage
•         Introduction to Distinguishing AI Coverage Versus Common-Law/Contractual Indemnification
•         How Liability Insurers Issue AI Coverage – Endorsement Types and Variations
•         Contracting for the Procurement of AI Coverage
•         Certificates of Insurance – What They Do, What They Don’t
•         Other Ways of Confirming AI Coverage
•         Claims for Failing to Procure AI Coverage

Who will be most interested in this program?
Risk managers, in house counsel who deal with contracts that include insurance requirements, claims handlers, claims managers, underwriters, and brokers.

Tim Delahunt is a Managing Partner at KSLN and co-leader of the firm’s insurance coverage group.  Mr. Delahunt’s practice is devoted to insurance law and coverage litigation.  He represents major national insurers, specialty insurers, non-admitted carriers, mutuals, managing general agents, third-party administrators, brokers, and agents in all types of coverage matters.  Mr. Delahunt advises his clients regarding coverage, underwriting, and drafting matters.  He is also an experienced trial and appellate litigator.  Although based in KSLN’s Buffalo headquarters, Mr. Delahunt predominantly practices in New York City and Long Island.  Mr. Delahunt is also a frequent writer and speaker on insurance law issues.  He has given presentations and/or written articles on behalf of, among others, the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, the New York Unified Court System, the American Association of Managing General Agents, the New York Insurance Association, and HB Litigation Conferences.  Prior to joining KSLN in 2004, Mr. Delahunt practiced at policyholder boutique Gilbert Heintz & Randolph in Washington, DC.

Scott Godes joined Dickstein Shapiro in July 2006. He is counsel in the Insurance Coverage Practice. Mr. Godes focuses on representing corporate policyholders in insurance coverage disputes. He is a seasoned litigator who has extensive experience in trying complex insurance coverage disputes, including class actions, in state, federal, bankruptcy, and appellate courts, as well as in commercial arbitrations. Mr. Godes currently is co-leader of the firm’s Cyber Security Insurance Coverage Initiative. 

Practice Areas: Insurance Law
Online Media Type: Audio
Production Date: 07/23/2013
Level: Intermediate
Category: Standard
Duration: 1 Hours, 19 Minutes
Online Format: On Demand

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Timothy E. Delahunt - Kenney, Shelton, Kendrick & Nowak LLP, Buffalo, NY
Scott N. Godes - Dickstein Shapiro
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