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Effective Date: April 23, 2014
Vol. 3, Iss. 7
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Declarations: The Coverage Opinions Interview With Robert Shapiro
Driving With An A-List Celebrity Lawyer; The Trial Of The Century; L.A. Traffic; LegalZoom Live; Predicting The Oscar Pistorius Verdict

Very few lawyers are household names. Robert Shapiro is one of them. That’s because, well, he’s spent a lot of time in your household. First as O.J. Simpson’s attorney in the Trial of the Century. More recently Shapiro has been in your den as the public face of LegalZoom, telling you for years in the company’s commercials that they put the law on your side. But there’s much more to Shapiro than this. Coverage Opinions goes for a ride with this legendary lawyer.

Boy George Is Following Coverage Opinions On Twitter [Really, He Is]
I had the thrill of meeting music and cultural legend Boy George last week. And he is now following Coverage Opinions on Twitter! For real. And it’s really not surprising that Boy George would want to keep up with the latest developments in the world of coverage.

Randy Spencer’s Open Mic
20 Song Titles That Are Really Coverage Issues

Little did you know, many song titles are really coverage issues in disguise. Check out all of the coverage issues that you’ve been signing about over the years

Justice Sonia Sotomayor Declines Request For Coverage Opinions Interview – But In Such A Gracious Way
Of course I was disappointed when U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor declined my request to be interviewed for Coverage Opinions. But I was not disappointed, nor surprised, in how gracious Her Honor was in turning me down. By the way, Justice Sotomayor has a very interesting record in coverage cases before her elevation to the nation’s top court.

Alice In Wonderland Provides Proof That The Legal System Makes No Sense
There have been about 700 cases since 1929 where a court saw something as sufficiently not making sense to warrant an analogy to Alice in Wonderland. Needless to say, that speaks volumes about the system.

Tapas: Small Dishes Of Insurance Coverage News And Notes
· Court Holds That Policyholder Counsel’s Rate Of $1,000 Per Hour Is Reasonable
· More On The “Coconut Exclusion”

Appeals Court: You Can Knock Your Wife’s Lover Unconscious At A Urinal And Get Coverage
There have now been two urinal-related liability coverage decisions in a six-month period.

Insurance Adjuster Goes Wild
Sometimes people go over the top in attempting to investigate an insurance claim.

The Proposed ALI “Principle Of Liability Insurance” That Should Rate High For Insurer Concern
The ALI Principles of Liability Insurance are presently the most talked-about subject amongst liability insurance professionals. On the continuum of concern that insurers should have for each ALI Principle, more is warranted for some issues than others.

Supreme Court Hands A Blow To Policyholders Seeking Insurance Coverage Of Last Resort [Big Big Win For Brokers And Agents]
The Indiana Supreme Court issues a significant decision addressing liability insurance of “last resort.”

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