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Timely Notice is your on-the-go source for sharp takes and expert analysis of the latest trends, breaking news, and sea-changes in global insurance law. 

Jan 29, 2019

Jennifer Hamilton, vice president of claims at NAMICO, discusses the deployment of the Reptile Theory in insurance coverage disputes. Jennifer details how policyholder and claimant counsel will use institutional bad faith tactics and case law and appeal to a jury’s primal fears and instincts about the insurance...


Jan 22, 2019

Tony Dolce, vice president and cyber lead for Chubb North America, shares the ins and outs of ransomware and cyber extortion coverage. Tony describes several high profile attacks including the infamous WannaCry and NotPetya attacks of 2017 as well as more recent attack vectors like BitPaymer and Ryuk. Tony also...


Jan 15, 2019

Tom Werlein, associate counsel for Sentry Insurance, joins Timely Notice for a discussion of Sections 3, 4, and 21 of the ALI Restatement of the Laws of Liability Insurance. Tom explains the implications of a modified plain-meaning rule, the newfound importance of custom practice and usage, and whether a...


Jan 8, 2019

Stacy Moon, a shareholder with the F&B Law Firm and past chair of DRI’s Professionalism and Ethics Committee, joins the show to discuss conflicts of interest when representing multiple insureds. Stacy identifies common ethical pitfalls for an attorney in a multiple insured, single defense situation. She explains...


Jan 3, 2019

Michael Longo, a Global Insurance Services partner in Goldberg Segalla’s Manhattan office, looks back on Carlson v. American International Group and examines its effects one year later. Michael notes how the New York Court of Appeals significantly broadened the meaning of whether a policy was issued or delivered under...