D&O Policies, Property of the Estate and Case Administration

This panel will discuss how the D&O insurance policy of a company in chapter 11 is impacted by the company’s filing, and will include property-of-the-estate issues, stay relief and court authorization, and how to use the proceeds to drive settlements.


Cracking the D&O Code: The Keys to Insurance Recovery and Injunctive Orders in Bankruptcy Court

Director and officer (D&O) insurance policies typically cover certain claims against the D&Os by third parties (often shareholders) and claims by a trustee in bankruptcy. The policies also cover certain claims against the debtor company. This panel will discuss the different coverages, the types of claims that may be pursued against officers and directors by shareholders, creditors and a bankruptcy trustee, defenses often asserted to the claims, and potential policy exclusions that may affect coverage.

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