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AEI panel on Katrina insurance lawsuits

There's perhaps $15 billion at stake in litigation (Sep. 25 and links therein) over the flood exclusion clauses and their application to damage from Katrina. I'll be moderating a panel discussion Monday morning on the economic and legal issues presented by flood exclusion clauses. The speakers will be Robert Klein and Martin Grace of Georgia State University; Adam Scales of Washington and Lee University; and Joanne Doroshow of the Center for Justice & Democracy. See also Adam Scales, "How Will Homeowners Insurance Litigation After Hurricane Katrina Play Out?", Findlaw, Sep. 19; Kathy Bushouse, "Lawsuits over storm-surge damage put insurance industry on the defensive", Florida Sun-Sentinel, Sep. 27.



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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