Latest From Julian Miller
New Jersey appellate court ruling in claim arising from the NotPetya attack shows traditional war exclusions are no longer suitable for cyber policies
The D&O implications of peer-to-peer lending
Following the 2011 Thai floods, Tesco’s claims on its insurers have given rise to arguments between reinsurers concerning the meaning and effect of an unqualified follow-the-settlements clause
An English court has upheld an arbitration award that concluded losses arising out of the September 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center arose out of two events, rather than one.