Go to Attorneys and click on Platto CV for a list of pre-2008 international litigation/arbitration and insurance books, chapters, and articles. For recent publications (attached), please CLICK on the articles below: The Handbook on Additional Insureds, ABA TIPS ICLC (2012) (co-editors, Michael Menapace, Charles Platto, Timothy A. Diemand, Joseph G. Grasso) Read Insurance Litigation Reporter, Vol. 38, No. 4July 26, 2016Eight Years After Panasia, What is the Law of Bad Faith in New York?By Joseph Grasso and Charles Platto Insurance Litigation Reporter, Vol. 35, No. 4March 18, 2013In Re: Deepwater HorizonInsurance Litigation – Fifth Circuit Reverses in Favor of BP's Additional INsured ClaimBy Charles Platto, Joseph Grasso, and Michael Menapace(republished in ABA Litigation Section ICLC Coverage Journal March–April 2013) Insurance Litigation Reporter, Vol. 33, No. 20December 8, 2011In Re: Oil Spill by the Oil Rig “Deepwater Horizon” in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, 2010By Joseph G. Grasso, Charles Platto and Michael Menapace Insurance Litigation Reporter, Vol. 33, No. 1February 2, 2011Lloyd’s Syndicate named as Defendant in U.S. Suit against BP and OthersBy Joseph G. Grasso and Charles Platto New York State Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section White PaperJanuary, 2011Insurance/Reinsurance Arbitration and MediationBy Charles Platto, Peter A. Scarpato and Simeon H. Baum Insurance Litigation Reporter Vol. 32, No. 14August 30, 2010Gulf Oil Catastrophe Insurance Coverage Claims – Update, BP Counterclaims Against Transocean's Excess InsurersBy Charles Platto and Joseph G. Grasso ABA Annual Meeting PaperAugust, 2010Resolving Catastrophic Multi-Party Construction Insurance Cases – Is Mega Million Dollar Litigation The Only Solution?with several co-authors Insurance Litigation Reporter Vol. 32, No. 9June 18, 2010Gulf Oil Catastrophe Insurance Claims - Round 1 Transocean Insurers vs. BP Additional Insured ClaimBy Joseph G. Grasso and Charles Platto Insurance Litigation Reporter Vol. 32, No. 3March 8, 2010What is the Law of Bad Faith in New York Two Years after Bi-Economy and Panasia—Have The Questions Been Answered?By Charles Platto, Joseph Grasso, Rachel Lebejko Priester and Alison Weir Insurance Coverage Committee Newsletter (ABA)Summer 2008New Developments In The New York Law Of Good Faith And Bad Faith: Bi-Economy Market, lnc. v. Harleysville lnsurance Company 10 N.Y. 3d 187 (Feb. 19, 2008) and Panasia Estates, lnc.v. Hudsan lnsurance Company 10 N.Y. 3d 200 (Feb. 19, 2008)By Charles Platto, Rachel Lebejko Priester, and Sujata Gadkar-Wilcox Insurance Litigation Reporter Vol. 30, No. 6April 15, 2008New York's New "Good Faith" Standard—What Does it Mean for "Bad Faith? Bi-Economy Market, Inc. v. Harleysville Ins. Co. (N.Y.)Panasia Estates, Inc. v. Hudson Ins. Co. (N.Y.)By Charles Platto, Esq., Rachel Lebejko Priester, Esq., and Sujata Gadkar-Wilcox, Esq.