Chicago, Illinois : American Bar Association, Tort, Trial, Insurance, 
xxv, 824 pages ; 23 cm
Formatted Contents Note
History and development of mercantile crime policies : their interpretation and construction What is employee dishonesty and employee theft? Who is an "employee"? Proof of dishonesty Compensability of third-party losses The other insuring agreements of commercial crime policies Computer and funds transfer fraud Loss and valuation Direct loss and causation Conditions of coverage Exclusions in the commercial crime policy Limit of liability Cancellation and termination of cover Rescission Subrogation, salvage and recovery Claims management and ethical considerations Coverage and bad faith litigation.
"This book was prepared in conjunction with the Commercial Crime Insurance Coverage program, sponsored by the American Bar Association Tort and Trial Insurance Practice Section's Fidelity and Surety Law Committee. The book is a successor to Commercial Crime Policy, Second Edition, published in 2005." -- Introduction.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Revision of: Marmor, Randall I., 1953- Commercial crime policy. 2nd ed. 2005. Chicago : American Bar Association,
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