Sharone Kornman

Sharone Kornman

Sharone Kornman brings 19 years of litigation experience to Robinson+Cole’s Insurance and Reinsurance Group where she focuses on the representation of insurance companies in complex first-party coverage disputes involving property damage claims, business interruption claims, and extracontractual bad faith claims. Her knowledge in the insurance arena is complemented by her substantial experience advising insurance companies on their duty to defend and indemnify insureds, and by her defense of property owners, manufacturers, health care providers, and attorneys in litigation in state and federal courts.

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Computer Fraud Policy: Eleventh Circuit Affirms District Court’s Finding Of No Coverage For $11M Fraud Claim

In Interactive Communities Int’l v. Great Am. Ins. Co., 2018 U.S. App. LEXIS 12410 (11th Cir. May 10, 2018), the insured sold “chits,” which have a specific monetary value and can be redeemed by loading their monetary value to a debit card. In order to redeem the chits, consumers could call into a computerized interactive … Continue Reading

Vacancy Exclusion: Eleventh Circuit (Florida) Weighs In On “Dwelling Being Constructed” Exception

Vacancy exclusions are commonplace in many homeowner policies, and typically exclude coverage for certain types of losses if the home is vacant and/or unoccupied. Litigation involving vacancy exclusions can arise when terms in the provision are not defined and an insured claims the terms are ambiguous. In Jarvis v. GeoVera Specialty Ins. Co., 2018 U.S. … Continue Reading
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