The Connecticut Insurance Law Journal is proud to present Volume 27 Issue 1.
- Christopher C. French, Covid-19 Business Interruption Insurance Losses: The Cases for and Against Coverage
- James Davey, A Smart(er) Approach to Insurance Fraud
- Jay M. Feinman, What is Protection Gap? Homeowners Insurance as a Case Study
- Lorelie S. Masters and Geoffrey B. Fehling, The American Law Institute’s Restatement of the Law, Liability Insurance: Scholarship And Controversy
- Erik S. Knutsen and Jeffrey W. Stempel, Infected Judgment: Problematic Rush to Conventional Wisdom and Insurance Coverage Denial in a Pandemic
- Robert K. Yass, Homeowners Insurance and Credit Score: A Critical Race Theory Perspective
- James R. Brakebill, Managing the New Political Risks: Populism, Democratic Instability, and the Rise of Political Risk Insurance in Developed Democracies
- Tyler W. Dueno, Racist Robots and the Lack of Legal Remedies in the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare
- Kimberly L. Wilson, Underwriting Criteria, Practices, and Tools of Pet Health Insurance Companies
- NEW ARTICLEThe Connecticut Insurance Law Journal is excited to announce a new publication with our journal: “A Smart(er) Approach to Insurance Fraud”, by Professor James Davey, a Professor of Insurance & Commercial Law at the University of Southhampton. From the abstract: Insurance fraud is not one thing but many. For political reasons, this simple truth is […]
- NEW MEMBERSCongratulations and welcome to the newly selected members for Volume 27!
- NEW ARTICLEThe Connecticut Insurance Law Journal is excited to announce a new publication with our journal: “COVID-19 Business Interruption Insurance Losses: The Cases For and Against Coverage”, by Professor Christopher C. French, a Professor of Practice at Penn State Law; J.D., Harvard Law School; B.A., Columbia University. From the abstract: This is the first scholarly Essay […]
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