Tag: Corporate and Transactional Insurance Coverage

The California Supreme Court Issues Its Landmark Decision in Fluor

On August 20, 2015, the California Supreme Court issued its landmark decision in Fluor v. Superior Court, overruling its prior holding in Henkel Corp. v Hartford, which precluded successor entities from tapping into their predecessors’ insurance assets for inherited long-tail liabilities.  In Henkel, the Court held that a contractual assignment of insurance assets in a corporate … Continue Reading

Top Ten Things to Know about Representations and Warranties Insurance

This post was written by Courtney Horrigan.
1.  Representations and Warranties insurance has quickly risen to become a standard topic of discussion in many merger and acquisitions transaction negotiations.

2.  Representations and Warranties…

Top Ten Things to Know about Representations and Warranties Insurance

1. Representations and Warranties insurance has quickly risen to become a standard topic of discussion in many merger and acquisitions transaction negotiations.

2. Representations and Warranties Insurance is not a new product – but until recently its use has been limited because of prohibitive premium pricing and buyer concerns as to whether insurers would actually pay on claims. The insurance market is working to bring prices down and establish a payment history.… Continue Reading