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New York Appellate Court Holds Bankruptcy Exception to Insured vs. Insured Exclusion Restores Directors and Officers Insurance Coverage

Our insurance colleagues recently discussed a bankruptcy-related insurance case in the Squire Patton Boggs Insurance & Reinsurance Disputes Blog.  The post analyzes the bankruptcy exception to the insured vs. insured exclusion found in most directors & officers liability insurance policies.  That exclusion precludes insurance coverage when one insured (e.g., the debtor) sues another insured (e.g., … Continue Reading

The Interminable ‘Insured vs. Insured’ Battle

In an article just published in the Bankruptcy Strategist, Norman Kinel and Elliot Smith explore the practical impact of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Indian Harbor Insurance Company v. Zucker, et al., 2017 U.S. App. LEXIS 10821, which bankruptcy practitioners – particularly those representing creditors’ committees – need to consider, because … Continue Reading