Randy J. Maniloff is an attorney at White and Williams, LLP in Philadelphia. He concentrates his practice in the representation of insurers in coverage disputes over primary and excess obligations under a host of policies, including commercial general liability and various professional liability policies. Randy publishes Coverage Opinions, an electronic newsletter that addresses recent insurance coverage developments and features interviews with the nation's most unique and famous lawyers.
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Randy is a member of The American Law Institute. For the past seventeen years, he has published a year-end article that addresses the ten most significant insurance coverage decisions of that year. He has published dozens of articles addressing a variety of insurance coverage subjects, is a frequent lecturer at industry seminars and has been quoted on insurance coverage topics by such media as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, Dow Jones Newswires and Associated Press. Randy has also published several editorials in The Wall Street Journal addressing legal issues. He teaches Insurance Law at Temple University School of Law. Randy received his B.S., with distinction, in 1988 from Pennsylvania State University and his J.D. in 1991 from Temple University School of Law in Philadelphia.

Jeffrey W. Stempel, the Doris S. & Theodore B. Lee Professor of Law, teaches legal ethics, civil procedure, insurance, and contracts at the William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada Las Vegas. He is the author or co-author of many law journal articles and six previous books, including Fundamentals of Litigation Practice (2017), Fundamentals of Pretrial Litigation (10th ed. 2016), Principles of Insurance Law (4th ed. 2011), Stempel and Knutsen on Insurance Coverage (4th ed. 2016), and Foundations of the Law (1994). A member of the bar in both Minnesota and Nevada, he served on the State Bar of Nevada Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility and served on the Bar’s Ethics 2000 Committee. Prior to joining the UNLV law faculty in 1999, he taught at Florida State University College of Law and Brooklyn Law School and has been a practicing attorney and judicial clerk. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota and the Yale Law School.