When Does Insurance Cover Sharing Economy Activities?

The sharing economy has over the last few years expanded from an informal method to a robust arena of commerce. As the sharing economy has expanded, one challenge facing participants is how to insure against losses and claims that might occur.  The law is catching up to the growth of this industry to try to address the insurance challenges and opportunities the sharing economy presents.  Recently, Butler Rubin partner Daniel Cotter wrote an article in Westlaw’s Secondary Source Analytical Content, Emerging Areas of Practice Series, “When Does Insurance Cover Sharing Economy Activities?,” addressing statutory and litigation developments around the sharing economy.

For more information on developments in the sharing economy, contact Dan Cotter at dcotter@butlerrubin.com.