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Insurance Coverage For Intentional Conduct? (Advocate Article)

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Date Published

June 1, 2011


Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles




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Insurance coverage may be available to innocent individual and corporate co-insureds, even when another insured or an officer or employee of the corporation engages in intentional misconduct.

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Kirk A. Pasich
Dickstein Shapiro LLP

Kirk Pasich is the leader of the insurance recovery group at Liner LLP. He represents policyholders in a wide range of... Read More

Cassandra S. Franklin

Cassandra Franklin is a deputy practice leader in Dickstein Shapiro's Insurance Coverage Group, and she serves on the firm's... Read More

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