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Insurance Class Actions Insider (Wystan Ackerman)

Are Incentive Awards for Named Plaintiffs in Class Actions Allowed? Not According to the Eleventh Circuit BY WYSTAN ACKERMAN ON SEPTEMBER 21, 2020POSTED IN CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENTS A r

Insurance Coverage Corner (Carlock, Copeland & Stair

We connect you to one (just one), qualified insurance agent that is geographically close to you and is familiar with your type of requested insurance. Independent Insurance Agents in your

Insurance Litigation and Regulatory Law Blog (Barger & Wolen LLP)

POSTED ON NOVEMBER 15, 2020 Could A Conservative-Dominated Supreme Court Destroy Health Insurance For Millions? This question has been propelled to the top of the list ever since Trump a

InsureReinsure (Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP)

NAIC ADOPTS AMENDMENTS TO THE UNFAIR TRADE PRACTICES ACT MODEL PERTAINING TO ANTI-REBATING by Benjamin Sykes and Lee Ann Ali | Dec 11, 2020 | InsurTech, Regulatory

Illinois Federal District Court Determines Policy Intent Trumps Policy Language

In an interesting decision handed down late last year, an Illinois federal district court in Ohio Security Insurance Company v. Truck Tire Sales, Inc. determined coverage was not available after caref

Insurance Coverage Considerations Stemming from the New California Child Victims Act

On October 13, 2019, when California’s governor signed AB 218—the California Child Victims Act (CCVA)—California became one of at least nine other states to enact some form of win

Insurance Coverage Considerations Stemming from the New California Child Victims Act

On October 13, 2019, when California’s governor signed AB 218—the California Child Victims Act (CCVA)—California became one of at least nine other states to enact some form of wi

Insurers Be Ready: New Jersey’s Two-Year Window Reviving Time-Barred Sex Abuse Suits is Open

On December 1, 2019, the two-year look-back period created by New Jersey Senate Measure S477 went into effect, reviving claims of sexual abuse that would otherwise be barred under the statute of limit

Insurers Be Ready: New Jersey’s Two-Year Window Reviving Time-Barred Sex Abuse Suits is Open

On December 1, 2019, the two-year look-back period created by New Jersey Senate Measure S477 went into effect, reviving claims of sexual abuse that would otherwise be barred under the statute of limi

Illinois: Latest State to Declare Malicious Prosecution Claims Only Trigger Coverage in Effect During Arrest

In this era of sophisticated DNA testing, exonerations of incarcerated individuals have become increasingly commonplace. The ensuing malicious prosecution lawsuits have justifiably resulted in high v

Illinois: Latest State to Declare Malicious Prosecution Claims Only Trigger Coverage in Effect During Arrest

In this era of sophisticated DNA testing, exonerations of incarcerated individuals have become increasingly commonplace. The ensuing malicious prosecution lawsuits have justifiably resulted in high v

Insurers’ Pre-Disclaimer Legal Privileges Against Disclosure Still Under Attack

Otsuka America, Inc. and Pharmavite LLC v. Crum & Forster Specialty Insurance Company[1] is the latest in what looks like ongoing erosion of an insurer’s right to rely on attorney-client p

Insurers’ Pre-Disclaimer Legal Privileges Against Disclosure Still Under Attack

Otsuka America, Inc. and Pharmavite LLC v. Crum & Forster Specialty Insurance Company[1] is the latest in what looks like ongoing erosion of an insurer’s right to rely on attorney-client p

Illinois Federal Court Refuses to Extend NY Insurance Law 3420 to Policy Not Issued or Delivered in New York

An Illinois federal district court in Frankenmuth Mutual Insurance Company v. The Hockey Cup, LLC held that an insurer was excused from its defense obligations due to late notice, since the court fou

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