D&O Insurance Issues Arising from the COVID-19 Crisis
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Much of the commentary on insurance issues arising from the COVID-19 crisis, including multiple posts on this blog, understandably has focused on recovery under first-party property policies providing business interruption coverage for losses incurred due to office closures, government orders, extra expenses, and other direct costs experienced by employers. There is a much broader range of possible claim scenarios arising from COVID-19 that may go to other kinds of coverages, however; most notably directors and officers liability, management liability, fiduciary liability, and similar insurance coverages. Hunton Andrews Kurth insurance attorneys Lawrence J. Bracken II, Lorelie S. Masters, and Geoffrey B. Fehling have authored a guest article published on The D&O Diary, analyzing the importance of D&O coverage in this crisis. The full article is available here.

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