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For nearly 100 years, the U.S. antitrust laws have prohibited a person from serving as a director or officer of two or more large companies which compete. 
Insurance Coverage Terms Allocation refers to the process of determining the amount of defense costs and any settlement or judgment which is properly attributable or “allocated” to covered ...
The monitoring of a company’s corporate compliance program has long been viewed as an important part of the directors’ oversight responsibilities.  An effective compliance program can reduce ...
Cyber risks have become a major potential loss exposure for most corporations. Although nonexistent just a few years ago, most companies today are vulnerable to a growing list of threats relating ...
Prior to 2000, it would have been difficult to identify any settlement or judgment of more than $100 million in a “typical” D&O lawsuit. For a variety of reasons, even the most dangerous ...
As the size of D&O settlements continues to escalate, there is less certainty today than ever before that a company’s D&O insurance program will be sufficient to fund all losses ...
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