Finley T. Harckham, a senior shareholder at Anderson Kill & Olick, writes that most companies would never enter into a complex $50 million transaction without the deal being vetted by counsel. Yet, that is precisely what many do every day when they entrust their assets and their very survival to insurance policies that are never seen by their attorneys.
Coordinating In-House Counsel and Insurance Risk Management: Best Practices
New York Law Journal
November 5, 2012
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