The Nuances of D&O Dishonesty Exclusions

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Mark Cahill on D&O Dishonesty Exclusions

White Collar Law360

 | November 12, 2010

 | Mark Cahill

Mark Cahill wrote “The Nuances of D&O Dishonesty Exclusions” in White Collar Law360, in which he addresses how the particular language of these exclusions has a key effect upon how courts interpret them, particularly when deciding issues such as the determination of dishonesty and an insurer’s duty to advance legal costs. 




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