Tag Archives: Management Liability Insurance

IvI Exclusion’s Carve-Back Preserves Coverage for Entire Claim

The insured vs. insured exclusion is a standard exclusion in most management liability insurance policies. The exclusion precludes coverage for claims brought by one insured against another. The IvI exclusions in most management liability insurance policies typically include a number of exceptions to the exclusion preserving coverage for claims that otherwise would be excluded. In a … Continue Reading

Management Liability Insurance: Broad Professional Services Exclusion Precludes Coverage for Securities and Mismanagement Claims

On May 15, 2014, in an interesting decision illustrating how complex insurance contract wordings can interact to produce outcomes policyholders may not have expected or intended, District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Frederick H. Weisberg held that as worded a broad professional services exclusion in The Carlyle Group’s management liability insurance policy precluded coverage for … Continue Reading
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