An oft-recurring issue in insurance coverage disputes is the application of the “related claims” provision in claims-made policies—policies that provide coverage for claims, such as receipt of a demand letter or service of a lawsuit, against an insured company that are “first made” during the policy period. In their article for New York Law Journal, Partner Mikaela Whitman and Senior Managing Associate Tae Andrews discuss why companies should be familiar with the “related claims” provision, common arguments made by insurers about this provision, and current case law.

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