The Indemnification Clause | Contract Issues for Small Business Owners

Nov 02 2021
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Gone are the days of sealing a deal with a simple handshake. Contracts have become more and more complex, and even so-called basic terms and conditions contain provisions that can create unforeseen liabilities. In this multi-part series, we will highlight …

Posted in Corporate, Insurance, Legal Watch, Litigation

COVID-19 Issues And Business Interruption For Employers

Mar 17 2020
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The impact of COVID-19 and the business disruption has extended to the supply chain, service industry, production, and manufacturing plants and impacted large and small businesses, in addition to the financial institutions. As customer concerns heighten, management and even the …

Posted in COVID-19 Updates, Insurance, Labor and Employment, Legal Watch

Litigating the Insurance Bad Faith Claim

Nov 16 2015

Krista Kochosky, Head of Litigation for The Lynch Law Group, will instruct the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s course, Litigating the Insurance Bad Faith Claim. Krista will teach a section called, The How, When, What and Why on Removal to Federal Court. …

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Insurance Settlement: Has the Ball Bounced Back into the Insured’s Court?

Aug 19 2015
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On July 21 of this year, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued a ruling on a matter of first impression in Pennsylvania that has the potential to drastically alter the dynamics between insurers and insureds. Most insurance contracts contain provisions requiring …

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Is a Captive Insurance Company Right for Your Business?

Feb 13 2014

Have you ever written a check for an insurance premium and wondered, “Isn’t there a better — or at least less expensive — way to insure against risk?” For some manufacturers, that “better way” could involve forming a captive insurance …

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