The D&O Diary

The D&O Diary

A PERIODIC JOURNAL CONTAINING ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE WORLD OF DIRECTORS & OFFICERS LIABILITY, WITH OCCASIONAL COMMENTARY

Tag Archives: conduct exclusion

Management Liability Insurance and Immigration Enforcement

Posted in D & O Insurance
In a May 1, 2014 opinion (here), District of Kansas Judge Sam A. Crow, applying Illinois law, held that neither the EPL insurance coverage part nor the D&O insurance coverage part of a restaurant company‚Äôs management liability insurance policy covered the defense fees incurred or the forfeiture amount ordered in an immigration enforcement proceeding that … Continue Reading

Professional Liability Insurance: Criminal Plea Precludes Insurer’s Duty to Defend

Posted in D & O Insurance
An insured’s guilty plea to criminal charges relieved his professional liability insurer of its duty under the policy to defend him against related civil claims, according to a June 18, 2013 Order by Southern District of Florida Judge Daniel Hurley. Judge Hurley’s decision is interesting because it addresses the question whether the court can consider … Continue Reading