Finley T. Harckham

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Insurance Coverage & Recovery

Key Decisions and Strategies in Pursuit of Insurance for Losses from COVID-19

Finley Harckham, senior litigation shareholder with Anderson Kill, discusses tips on how policyholders can successfully bring claims to their resolutions.

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Covering Your Business Against Interruption: Even if a hurricane doesn’t hit your company directly, it can still inflict lasting damage

While the human suffering triggered by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma unfolded in real time on our TV screens, opening American hearts and wallets and triggering heroic volunteer rescue efforts, the full extent of the economic damage will not be evident for some time. That impact is likely to...

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A Unique Storm Spawns Unique Insurance Issues: In Hurricane Matthew’s Aftermath, Lessons from Superstorm Sandy

While the Southeast United States escaped the worst of feared damage from Hurricane Matthew, the storm did take more than 40 lives in the U.S. and cause extensive power outages, flooded roads and dams, and damage to buildings from Florida to Virginia. It also triggered mass evacuations and closures...

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What Counsel Must Do to Maximize Insurance Coverage: Insurance policies are complex contracts that require counsel's oversight. Job 1 is to demarcate the broker's role

Insurance policies are complex contracts, often riddled with pitfalls for the policyholder. The pursuit of a claim in the wake of a loss is equally fraught. Yet all too many companies entrust their assets and their very survival to insurance policies that are vetted by neither in-house counsel nor...

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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

The More the Merrier? Increase in multiparty arbitrations spawns new institutional rules

Over the last several years, the world’s leading arbitral institutions have adopted new rules, recognizing that the growth in international arbitration has been accompanied by the increasing complexity and sophistication of disputes. Institutional statistics reveal increases in...

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