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Coverage Conflicts for Assigned Insurance Defense Counsel
New York Law Journal (2009)
  • Barry R. Temkin, New York Law School

Lawyers assigned by insurance carriers owe a duty of undivided loyalty to the insured they are appointed to represent. When a coverage dispute arises between the carrier and its insured, under some circumstances the policyholder is entitled to select its own counsel, the reasonable fees of which the carrier is required to pay.

Publication Date
July 8, 2009
Citation Information
Barry R. Temkin. "Coverage Conflicts for Assigned Insurance Defense Counsel" New York Law Journal Vol. 245 Iss. 8 (2009)
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