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Insured Versus Insured Exclusion

Insured versus Insured Exclusion

Definition

An exclusion found in directors and officers (D&O) liability policies (and to a lesser extent in other types of professional liability coverage). The exclusion precludes coverage for claims by one director or officer against another. The purpose of this exclusion is to eliminate coverage for four types of situations: (1) employment practices claims, (2) internal disputes/infighting, (3) claims involving collusion, and (4) claims by organizations against their directors and officers for imprudent business practices.

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