Definition: Directors and Officers Liability Insurance is a form of business insurance that covers executives and the board of directors of a company, and/or the organization itself, in the event they are sued in conjunction with an (alleged) malpractice, error, omission, ambiguous assertion, violation of duty in the performance of their duties as they relate to the company.
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