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Volume 1 of 4 Volume Set The 2015 Edition of the New Appleman Insurance Law Practice Guide is the indispensable research tool that provides step-by-step guidance on each phase of an insurance coverage dispute along with strategies written by expert practitioners that help you win. Written from policyholder, insurer and judicial perspectives, this unique four volume set combines savvy procedural guidance and authoritative analysis of the law. The task-based format is designed to fit comfortably into your work flow and guides you through how to analyze an insurance policy, determine the merits of a coverage dispute and then whether and how to successfully arbitrate, mediate, settle, sue, or defend. It helps you understand pertinent procedural rules and strategies as well as the substantive law applicable to all major insurance lines, including new analyses of intellectual property insurance, cyber insurance and personal and advertising injury coverage. Eighty expert authors, consultants and editors constituting many of the leading authorities in insurance law today contributed to this publication. The New Appleman Insurance Law Practice Guide features a variety of practice tips throughout the publication, including strategic points, timing requirement, warnings, traps to avoid and more. It also features hundreds of examples, over 200 checklists and dozens of forms to aid all phases of insurance coverage dispute practice. There are abundant sample searches and cross references that take you to pertinent ISO forms, and LexisNexis insurance and civil procedure publications to enable deeper research and facilitate finding answers to the most complex insurance coverage questions. You'll find authoritative and practical coverage throughout the guide's 49 chapters and numerous appendices, comparing the positions of the 50 states on decisive insurance coverage issues. The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.