Britton Weimer is a recognized authority in insurance law, employment law, errors and omissions defense and risk management. He has authored plain-language books and articles for attorneys, insurers and professionals on a wide range of topics.
CGL Policy Handbook, Third Edition (Wolters Kluwer, 2018).
The only one-volume guide to the case law construing the triggers and exclusions under CGL Coverages A, B and C, including premises liability, environmental exposures, employment claims, defamation, products liability and intellectual property claims.
Minnesota Insurance Law and Practice, Second Edition (West, 2010).
The authoritative Minnesota reference book for attorneys, judges and insurers examining principles of policy formation, modification and termination, interpretation and construction, indemnity and defense, and the case and statutory law affecting CGL, EPL, D&O, E&O, commercial property, commercial auto, and workers compensation policies.
The Law of Commercial Insurance Agents and Brokers (West, 2007).
The sole one-volume national treatise for attorneys, judges and insurers. Addresses the common tort, contract, equitable and statutory claims against insurance agents and brokers, the limitations on duty and causation, the impact of agent authority on policy reformation and rescission, and the E&O coverages available for agents and brokers.
Employment Practices Liability: Guide to Risk Exposures and Coverages, Second Edition (National Underwriter, 2012).
A plain-language reference book for employers and insurance professionals examining discrimination, wrongful discharge, retaliation, wage and hour and other common employee claims against employers, along with employer risk management and potential insurance coverages under EPL, EL, CGL, D&O and other commercial policies.
Directors & Officers Liability: Guide to Risk Exposures and Coverages (National Underwriter, 1999).
Analyzes corporate, shareholder and employee claims, third-party claims, corporate indemnification, risk management, and D&O policy triggers and exclusions.
Stay Out Of Court and Stay in Ministry (CSS, 1998).
A plain language overview of the most common claims against religious organizations, from accidents and injuries to employment disputes, with simple risk management techniques and available liability insurance coverages.
Stay Out Of Court and Stay in Business, Second Edition (Common Law 1996)
A plain-language discussion of basic business exposures such as discrimination, wrongful discharge, premises liability and products liability, along with available insurance coverages and simple risk management principles.
Real Estate Agent and Appraiser Liability (Common Law, 1993)
Examines basic exposures for real estate agents, brokers and appraisers for fraudulent, reckless, negligent and innocent misrepresentations, the purchaser’s duty to investigate, the causation defense, damages, E&O coverage issues, and basic claims-prevention tips.
Mr. Weimer has also written numerous professional articles on commercial litigation and insurance issues, and given many talks to industry groups.