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Gauntlett on Intellectual Property/Antitrust Insurance (David A. Gauntlett)

Insurer’s Rescission Action Must Wait Pending Trial Of Underlying Lawsuit David A. Gauntlett / March 13, 2018 On March 6, 2018, U.S. District Court Judge Michael Fitzgerald issued

GlobalTort (Kirk Hartley, Steve Sellick and Tim Greene)

What Will Covid Do to Life in 2021? New Modeling of Variables (Efficacy, Use, and Masks) Are you wondering about the joint effect of the possible variables of vaccine effectiveness,

Gotta Keep Em Separated: District Court Rejects Theory of Coverage that Trademark Infringement Suit Constitutes Trade Dress or Slogan Infringement under Coverage B

In H5G, LLC v. Selective Insurance Company, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 23937 (S.D. Oh. Feb. 21, 2017), an Ohio federal district court granted an insurer’s motion for summary judgment with respect to

Georgia Joins Growing Consensus that Lead-Based Paint is a Pollutant

For the first time, the Supreme Court of Georgia declared that lead-based paint is a “pollutant” as the term is used in the absolute pollution exclusion of a commercial general liability p

GAO Statement Highlights Deficiencies in Federal Exchange Enrollment Process

On July 16, 2015, the Government Accountability Office issued a written statement entitled “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Observations of 18 Undercover Tests of Enrollment Controls

Google ‘Adwords’ Advertisements Trademark Infringement, Not Slogan Infringement

In Auto Mobility Sales, Inc. v. Praetorian Insurance Co., 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 84777 (S.D. Fla. June 30, 2015), the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida held that an insurer had n

Goldberg Segalla Adds N.C. Office, and Lawyers in Philly and London, to Meet Growing Global Insurance Industry Demand

Leading global law firm Goldberg Segalla today unveiled a series of significant moves that will continue to enhance the depth and range of services it offers its international client base. The firm an

GAO and MITRE Sponsor Discussion on Information Sharing During a Crisis

During a crisis, good information is critical to ensure a proper and prompt response. One big challenge is how to ensure good information sharing both between different levels of government and even b

Goldberg Segalla’s Jonathan Schwartz to Chair DRI’s Insurance Coverage and Practice Symposium

The Insurance Law Committee’s Insurance Coverage and Practice Symposium (ICP) will take place on December 4-5 at the New York Marriott Marquis in New York City. The event will be chaired by 

GAO Issues “Health” Reports

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has recently issued two important reports discussing important aspects of the roll-out of the federal exchange and cost-effective preventive measures in U.S.

Good News: Well Drafted Warranties Do Work

Amlin Corporate Member Limited and Others v. Oriental Assurance Corporation [2013] EWHC 2380 (Comm) A dispute between London reinsurers and their Philippine reinsured arose from the sinking of a f

Georgia Supreme Court: Insurers Waive Defenses Not Raised in Denial Letter

Hoover v. Maxum Indem. Co.(Ga. June 18, 2012) The Supreme Court of Georgia recently ruled that an insurer cannot both deny coverage for a claim outright and attempt to reserve the right to assert a d

Goldberg Segalla Announces International Expansion With Opening of London Office Led by Clive O’Connell

Goldberg Segalla is pleased to announce the law firm will expand internationally with the opening of an office in London led by leading reinsurance solicitor Clive O’Connell. The office will o

Goldberg Segalla’s CaseWatch Insurance December 4, 2009 Edition is Now Available

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Goldberg Segalla’s CaseWatch Insurance November 24, 2009 Edition is Now Available

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Georgia Court of Appeals Affirms Summary Judgment on Coverage And Assesses Additional Penalties Against Insurer For Frivolous Appeal

Transportation Ins. Co. v. Piedmont Const. Grp., LLC. (Georgia Court of Appeals, Fourth Division, November 13, 2009)   In a strongly worded opinion, the Court of Appeals affirmed the tri

Goldberg Segalla’s Reinsurance Review November 2009 Edition is Now Available

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Georgia Supreme Court Reverses Appellate Court Holding On Adequacy Of Jury Charge For Plaintiff’s Bad Faith Claims

Fortner v. Grange Mutual Ins. Co. (Georgia Supreme Court, October 19, 2009)   The Georgia Supreme Court granted certiorari to consider whether the Court of Appeals properly interpret

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