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Antitrust: Yes, There's Coverage For That



The May 13, 2019 decision by the US Supreme Court in Apple, Inc. by Pepper has brought antitrust concerns, and the insurance issues they raise, front and center. While Apple, Inc., of course, is a publicly traded company, private companies also fall victim to these issues and need to look to coverage for protection. For a discussion of these issues, we will post the article by Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP partner Lorie Masters, broker Marsh insurance and others, which analyze these often complex issues. "Optimizing Antitrust Coverage in Private Company D&O Policies," published by Marsh in Insights, addresses insurance coverage for investigations under antitrust laws that raise the prospect of both civil and criminal liabilities. Although most of these investigations have been resolved without the liability of liability, the defense costs can be increased. Policyholders should consider whether directors and officers apply to cover the costs coming out of such investigations. To maximize coverage, policyholders should work with their advisors to ensure that policies are implemented so as to enhance the prospects for obtaining insurance protection for allegedly “antitrust violations.”


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