Critical Issues in CGL, 3rd Edition is fully updated, revised and expanded to deliver exclusive insights into the most litigated--and potentially costly—provisions of the CGL form. This unique resource leads you through:
» Additional Insured and Contractual Liability
» Business Risk Exclusions
» Occurrences Issues
» And Cyber Liability – NEW!
The CGL policy is the linchpin of all business insurance programs. Whether large or small, companies simply cannot afford to operate without general liability insurance.
And because the CGL policy remains one of the broadest coverage forms in the industry, its application continues to be hotly debated in agent, insurer, and risk manager offices…as well as in the courts.
Now in its third fully revised and updated edition, Critical Issues in CGL equips you to handle the commercial general liability coverage form topics that consistently create the most conflict.
Identify Unique Vulnerabilities under the CGL and Successfully Manage Loss
Critical Issues in CGL, 3rd Edition, provides updated and enhanced material to cover common and emerging issues in commercial general liability, including exclusive analysis of the 2013 ISO CGL form. The book provides practical and tangible advice to resolve the CGL policy’s most problematic provisions.
Simplify the Complexities Connected to Cyber Risks
This one-of-a-kind resource provides proven guidance on how to use the CGL policy in connection with cyber policies—in order to build a comprehensive loss-prevention scheme. Critical Issues in CGL, 3rd Edition, illuminates the trends in cyber-related crimes. It also provides a practical, historical perspective that delivers the most informed understanding of the CGL’s treatment of cyber-related crimes and anticipates how the courts will continue to interpret the CGL for cyber losses in light of the most recent court decisions.
All of this enables professionals to tackle cyber risks and prevention in a lucid and practical way—even as technology continues to evolve!
Aug 19, 2014
Michael F. Aylward, Esq., Shaun McParland Baldwin, Esq., Gregory G. Deimling, CPCU, & Carol P. Keough, Esq.