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Law360: NY Ruling Highlights Need For Specific Insurance Disclaimers
If an insurance company is to deny liability coverage for a New York bodily injury claim, it must provide a detailed explanation of that decision, not only to the policyholder but also to the individual who is injured. Hurwitz Fine’s Dan D. Kohane provided insight into a recent New York appellate decision that evaluated and considered the quality and detail of that explanation.
Law360: Md. AG’s Report Puts Spotlight On Abuse Coverage Issues
Hurwitz Fine Insurance Coverage Attorney Dan D. Kohane spoke with Law360 on Maryland's adoption of Child Victim Legislation.
NYIA: Your NY Connection Magazine: Calling Balls & Strikes, In Lawyerly Fights
Hurwitz Fine Insurance Coverage Member Dan D. Kohane and Associate Ryan P. Maxwell authored an article for NYIA in the Q1 2023 edition of the Your NY Connection magazine, “Calling Balls and Strikes, In Lawyerly Fights.”
Law360: Expert Analysis: NY Rulings Show Shift In Insurance Priority Approach
Hurwitz Fine Insurance Coverage Member Dan D. Kohane authored an article on March 28, 2023 in Law360’s Expert Analysis section titled “NY Rulings Show Shift In Insurance Priority Approach.”
Scott Storm Featured in Your NY Connection – NYIA's Quarterly Magazine
Insurance Coverage and Litigation Member Scott Storm's article, "Headed in the Wrong Direction," was featured on the front page and published in the Second Quarter 2022 issue of NYIA's quarterly magazine Your NY Connection this week.
Ryan Maxwell Featured in Inside P&C Article
Insurance Coverage attorney Ryan P. Maxwell was featured in Inside P&C's article, "Louisiana Covid BI ruling seen as outlier, NJ court reverses similar decision" on Thursday, June 23.
Lee Siegel Featured in Law360 Article
Insurance Coverage Member Lee S. Siegel was quoted in the May 5, 2022 Law360 article, "NYC Hotel Wants 2nd Circ. To Revive Virus Coverage suit" by Eli Flesch. In the article, Siegel discusses Hurwitz and Fine client Lancer’s win, defeating coverage for claims of COVID-19 business income loss.
Actual Notice of Non-Renewal Not Required, Says Connecticut Court
Hurwitz & Fine wins summary judgment for National General, with the Connecticut Superior Court holding that there is no actual notice requirement for the non-renewal of homeowners coverage.
Hurwitz & Fine Senior Member Dan D. Kohane Featured in Buffalo Business First Article for Receiving Lifetime Achievement Award From the FDCC
On Monday, April 11, 2022, Hurwitz & Fine Senior Member Dan D. Kohane was recognized and acclaimed in an article from Buffalo Business First regarding the lifetime achievement award he received from the Federation of Defense & Corporate Council (FDCC) last month.
Your NY Connection: Did the Courts Really Do That?
Insurance coverage counselors Dan D. Kohane and Ryan P. Maxwell were featured in the 2022 First Quarter Edition of the NYIA Magazine, Your NY Connection, for their article, "Did the Courts Really Do That?" The article examines interesting cases and decisions in the courtroom over the past year.
Litigation Privilege Bars Bad Faith Claims Where Carrier Accused of Making Misrepresentations and Withholding Evidence: Says Connecticut Supreme Court
Connecticut finds that litigation privilege bars bad faith claims where carrier deliberately withheld evidence from its insured, implicitly rejecting a continuing duty of good faith.
Dan Kohane Featured in Law360 Article
Insurance Coverage Attorney Dan D. Kohane was quoted in a February 25, 2022 Law360 article, "NY Gov. Signs Amended Insurance Disclosure Law" by Ben Zigterman. In the article, Dan provides his expert opinion on the recently amended Insurance Disclosure Law recently signed by Governor Kathy Hochul.
Dan Kohane Featured in Law360 Article
Insurance Coverage Attorney Dan D. Kohane was quoted in a February 2, 2022 Law360 article, "NY Lawmakers Amending Defendant Insurance Disclosure Bill" by Ben Zigterman. In the article, Dan explains his viewpoint on the amendments proposed in the new bill and why he doesn't find CIDA necessary.
Required Disclosures Under the New Comprehensive Insurance Disclosure Act
Hurwitz & Fine Insurance Coverage Attorneys Dan Kohane and Ryan Maxwell are closely monitoring the new Comprehensive Insurance Disclosure Act (“CIDA”), which took effect on December 31, 2021. They have assembled a helpful, one-page summary of these disclosure requirements, available for download.
Dan D. Kohane Quoted in Law360 Article on NY's Insurance Disclosure Bill
Insurance Coverage Attorney Dan D. Kohane was quoted in a January 4, 2022 Law360 article, "NY To Require Greater Insurance Details From Defendants" by Ben Zigterman.
Lee Siegel Quoted in Law360 Article on COVID Coverage in High Courts
Insurance Litigator Lee S. Siegel was quoted in a Law360 article, "COVID-19 Coverage Fights Head to State High Courts" by Shawn Rice. He comments on whether the courts will be consistent with their decisions on COVID-19 coverage fights or will take a more state-specific approach.
Lee Siegel Featured in Law360 Article on the Demand for Insurance Attorneys
Insurance Litigator Lee S. Siegel was featured in a Law360 article, "Pandemic, Cyberattacks Fuel Demand for Insurance Attys," on his take on the recent demand for insurance attorneys.
Ryan Maxwell Featured in Law360 Article on COVID Coverage Suits in NJ
Insurance Coverage attorney Ryan P. Maxwell was featured in an article in LAW360's Opinion column, "COVID Coverage Suits In NJ Prove Tough For Policyholders."
Ryan Maxwell Featured in Law360 Article
Insurance Coverage attorney Ryan P. Maxwell was featured in an article in LAW360's Opinion column, "8th Circ. Gives Insurer First Appellate COVID Coverage Win."
First COVID-19 Business Interruption Appellate Decision Finds For Carrier: “Physical” Is The Key
On Friday, July 2, 2021, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals rendered a decision in Oral Surgeons, P.C. v. The Cincinnati Insurance Company, Case No. 20-3211 (8th Cir. July 2, 2021), upholding the decision of the trial court from the United States District Court for the Southern District of Iowa. Attorney Ryan P. Maxwell provides updates.