D&O Insurance Issues Arising from the COVID-19 Crisis
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D&O Insurance Issues Arising from the COVID-19 Crisis
Categories: General Liability
As reported on the Hunton Insurance Recovery Blog, much of the commentary on insurance issues arising from the COVID-19 crisis 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. We have authored a guest article published on The D&O Diary analyzing the importance of D&O coverage in this crisis. Read the full article here.
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