Insurance Coverage for Intellectual Property Assets

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David A. Gauntlett
Aspen Law & Business, 1999 - Business & Economics - 1056 pages
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Insurance Coverage of Intellectual Property Assets is the first resource to comprehensively analyze the insurance protection issues that must be considered when an intellectual property dispute arises. From determining the scope of coverage under a policy, to tendering of a claim, to seeking remedies when coverage has been denied, this essential guidebook details the interactions among policyholders, insurers and the courts.

You'll find comprehensive and timely analysis of federal and state case law and major commercial insurance policy provisions that address: The extent of insurance coverage under the "advertising injury" and "personal injury" provisions
-- Language in policies that limits or excludes coverage for intellectual property claims
-- Public policy exclusions to coverage for claims of an infringement undertaken with intent to harm
-- Interpreting ambiguous language in insurance policies
-- Defending a claim under a "reservation of rights" and potential conflicts of interest triggered thereby
-- Forum selection and choice of law
-- And more.

In addition, there's detailed discussion and comparison of the actual language used in most commercial insurance policies and the 1976 and 1986 Insurance Services Office (ISO) policies.

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