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David A. Gauntlett is a published author, speaker and scholar in the area of insurance coverage. Mr. Gauntlett has authored numerous articles for publications in various ABA publications as well as PLI, Matthew Bender and Mealey’s. These include:

Insurance Coverage of Intellectual Property Assets (Aspen Publishers), annually updated. The book and supplements are available for $250.00 plus tax where applicable; shipping and handling are free when full payment is enclosed with the order. To order, call Aspen Publishers at 1-800-638-8437.

 IP Attorney’s Handbook for Insurance Coverage in Intellectual Property Disputes, published by the American Bar Association. The book is available for $129.95. ($110.95-ABA Member; $103.95-Section of Intellectual Property Law.) To order, visit the American Bar Association Online Store at



New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition chapter on “Intellectual Property Insurance” (LexisNexis 2011) (contributor)

Recent Developments in Insurance Coverage Litigation (with Stephen Groves, Robert Kelly, Christine Davis, Pamela Palmer and Fred Smith) for the Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal, Winter 2010 (45:2)

New Appleman Insurance Law Practice Guide chapter on “Understanding Intellectual Property Insurance” (LexisNexis 2009) (contributor)

ICLC’s CGL Handbook chapter entitled “The Principal Exclusions in Coverage B” (ABA 2009) (contributing editor)


♦ 2011 Updates for Intellectual Property Due Diligence in Corporate Transactions: § 12A (West 2007) (contributor)

♦ 2011 Updates for Assets and Finance:  Audits and Valuation of Intellectual Property – Internal Controls, Materiality and Investment (West/Thompson Reuters) (Westlaw AFAVIP) (contributor)

♦ New Appleman on Insurance Critical Issues in Insurance Coverage – upcoming chapter on “Insurance Coverage for Antitrust Lawsuits” (LexisNexis, scheduled release date:  April 2011) (contributor)

♦ The Licensing Journal regularly features articles written by Mr. Gauntlett, the latest entitled Insurance Coverage for Indirect Injury Claims in Class Action Litigation (publication pending).

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