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Old 04-16-2012, 07:24 PM
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I work for LLBean and we are trying to determine if having vendors provide us with a Certificate of Insurance is still adequate language in the contract and is providing us with the assurance that we are looking for.

I am getting pushback from legal counsel that we should be asking for the Declaration of Policy, including the listing of coverage forms, rather than the COI.

I am looking to see what others are doing? Any thoughts would be appreciated. thanks kelly
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Old 05-15-2012, 01:53 PM
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I work for LLBean and we are trying to determine if having vendors provide us with a Certificate of Insurance is still adequate language in the contract and is providing us with the assurance that we are looking for.

I am getting pushback from legal counsel that we should be asking for the Declaration of Policy, including the listing of coverage forms, rather than the COI.

I am looking to see what others are doing? Any thoughts would be appreciated. thanks kelly
We still accept a COI. I have not had any issues with it. I also used to work for the State of Georgia, and they still accept the COI. From my experience, working for the state, they were the most strict with rules and cyb :-D.
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