Tag Archives: Errors and Omissions Insurance

E&O Coverage Barred for Options Trading Losses

In a ruling that turned on the interpretation of a technical financial term, a federal district court concluded that the Options Trading exclusion in an investment firm’s E&O policy precluded coverage for investor claims arising out of a financial transaction gone bad. In concluding that the exclusion precluded coverage, the court applied a standard financial … Continue Reading

E&O Insurance: Acts Alleged in Underlying Claim Did Not Involve Insured Services

One of the recurring coverage issues that arises in connection with Errors and Omissions (E&O) Insurance is the question of whether or not the activities that are the basis of the underlying claim involve Insured Services (or Professional Services) as that term is defined in the policy. In a September 27, 2013 decision (here), Northern … Continue Reading
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