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Additional Insured and Contractual Indemnity Provisions in Liability Insurance Policies – What’s Covered?

May 23, 2017

Please join Tom Alleman, Chair of Dykema’s Insurance Industry Group, for a discussion regarding two important but sometimes overlooked types of provisions in CGL and business owner liability policies: additional insured endorsements that control the circumstances under which another party may be insured under your policy, and contractual indemnity provisions that may limit your coverage for liability you have assumed under your contracts. Key issues to be addressed include:

  • What are the sources of an obligation to make another party an additional insured?
  • What is covered?
  • Under what circumstances is the other party insured? (ex: ongoing operations, completed operations, products)
  • How is “liability assumed under contract” defined?
  • When are you covered for liability “assumed under contract?”
  • Does your policy prevail over an anti-indemnity statute?

This program is relevant to lawyers at any business that executes a contract requiring it to provide insurance for another party or provide indemnity to another party. This content may be particularly relevant to companies in the construction or oil, gas and energy industries as well as any business in a contractual supply chain.

Tuesday, May 23, 2017
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

Speaker: Thomas B. Alleman, Member, Dallas

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Please contact Sarah Crotty at scrotty@dykema.com if you have any questions.

This is a complimentary webinar and CLE accreditation is anticipated for Texas, California and Illinois. Assistance with other jurisdictions is available.