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Business Liability Insurance Answer Book (2014 Edition)

 
Author(s): Devin C Dolive, Betsy P. Collins, Burr & Forman LLP, Taylor N Barr
Practice Area: Corporate & Securities, Insurance
Date: Sep 2013 i Other versions can be found in the Related Items tab.
ISBN: 9781402420580
PLI Item #: 47533
Business Liability Insurance Answer Book 2014 contains answers to those common insurance issues that plague business owners and managers. Intended to be an easy reference guide that non-lawyers and business people could consult for use in risk management planning, Business Liability Insurance Answer Book 2014 addresses the most common forms of business liability insurance
 
Being held personally liable for a business-related decision is the nightmare of every company manager, officer and director. As a result of the recent economic downturn, the number of cases being brought against businesses and the people who run them has surged. Business Liability Insurance Answer Book 2014 provides a concise roadmap to the kinds of issues being litigated, and the types of liability insurance available to protect against suit and cover losses in the event of a successful recovery.
 
Written in a clear and direct Q&A format, Business Liability Insurance Answer Book 2014 is a handy softcover volume that will be of interest to lawyers and other legal professionals, as well as the corporate managers, officers, directors and other employees whose liability the type of insurance protects against.

Betsy P. Collins is currently In-House General Counsel of Aaron Oil Company, Inc. and formerly a partner with Burr & Forman LLP where she practiced in the firm’s commercial litigation group. Over the course of her thirty-two-year career, Ms. Collins’ practice has included class action litigation, complex commercial and business litigation as well as securities litigation with an emphasis on responsibilities of direc-tors and officers including related insurance coverage issues. Ms. Collins has represented companies, officers and directors in shareholder liti-gation and derivative litigation matters arising from financial report-ing irregularities, stock option backdating, and M&A. In addition, Ms. Collins had a wide-ranging insurance litigation practice that has included cases involving securities products of life insurance com-panies and other insurance-related securities, unfair competition and non-compete agreements, as well as all manner of consumer class actions.