As some of you might remember, I spent a good chunk of my non-billable time earlier this year working on an article about anti-concurrent cause language in Katrina and other insurance litigation. My part is done, and I’m waiting on the publisher to give me a pdf of the finished article, which will appear in October in New Appleman’s™ on Insurance: Critical Issues. Because so many people have been asking me about this article, and because it is topical, I have requested and have received permission to publish an advance copy of the article here on this blog. When I get the pdf, which will probably be later this month, I’ll put it as a link to a post.
Appleman’s is also holding a teleconference October 16 where I will talk about Katrina issues, anti-concurrent cause language and the like. James Davis of Anderson Kill & Olick will also be presenting. His topic: Global Warming Litigation — Implications for Insurance Coverage. The name of the conference is New Appleman’s™ Insurance Coverage Teleconference: The Impact of Mass Catastrophes on Insurance Coverage. If you want to attend from the comfort of your office, here’s a link that tells you how to do it.