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Additional insureds and bad faith

By Kirk A. Pasich

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Insurance policies and breach of contract exclusions

By Shaun H. Crosner

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Misconceptions about an insurer’s duty to defend

By Dominic Nesbitt

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An insurer's liability for failure to settle

By Kirk A. Pasich

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Proving attorney fees in insurance coverage disputes

By Kirk A. Pasich

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Reasonable expectations for 'replacement cost' coverage

By Jacquelyn Mohr, Robert K. Scott

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Settlement offers might not preclude bad faith

By Michael S. Gehrt

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