Insurance Law Practice
Second Edition (w/2016 Revision)
John M. Nonna, Esq.
Patton Boggs LLP, New York, NY
Christopher W. Healy, Esq.
Reed Smith LLP, New York, NY
•Learn how to identify and understand the terms of an insurance policy
•Become familiar with several types of insurance, including automobile, fire and property, title, aviation and space
•Gain the confidence and knowledge to skillfully represent either an insurer or insured, whether it is during the policy drafting stage or a claim dispute
Insurance Law Practice, Second Edition covers almost every insurance-related topics; discussing general principles of insurance contracts, litigation involving insurance contracts, types of insurance policies, and other pertinent issues. New and experienced practitioners alike will benefit from the practical and comprehensive approach to this complex area of the law.
With its 2016 updates to case and statutory references, Insurance Law Practice, Second Edition is an invaluable reference for attorneys who practice insurance law in New York State. All 40 chapters have been brought up to date, with substantial updates to the chapters on “Construing the Insurance Contract,” “Claims-Made Policy Coverage Issues” and “Reinsurance.”