Strategic Intervention in Insurance Coverage Disputes

, New York Law Journal

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E. Paul Kanefsky, a partner at Edwards Wildman Palmer, and Nicholas A. Secara, an associate with the firm, write: Insurance carriers and their counsel should strongly consider intervening in underlying litigations involving their insureds in order to assist in the resolution of insurance coverage issues. Strategic intervention is an advantageous, but underutilized, litigation device that might enable counsel to forestall months or even years of delay in resolving coverage disputes between policyholders and insurers.

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