2014 August

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Articles in this issue:

Trying a bad faith case: The duty to settle

The duty to settle under liability coverage is the single most important bad-faith principle of insurance

Ricardo Echeverria

2014 August


The basics of advertising-injury coverage

The basic concepts of this somewhat obscure and often mystifying area of insurance law

Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

2014 August


Seeking class certification of an insurance case

Care must be taken to address each of the relevant class-certification elements – a look at the the dos and don’ts

Robert S. Gianelli

2014 August


“Loss-of-rents” coverage under commercial property insurance

Policy language holds the key to loss-of-rents coverage; a look at Folksamerica Reinsurance and the clarity it brings to this issue

Christian J. Garris

2014 August


Empowering the damages expert with the Reptile theory

Empowering the damages expert with the Reptile theory

The damages expert’s testimony must keep the jurors engaged if they are to award fair damages

David Orlowski

2014 August


Insurer misconduct: Is it fraud or just bad faith?

The tort of fraud may be a viable basis for recovery of punitive damages against insurers

Kirk Pasich

2014 August


Comprehensive eye exams for PI clients

Head and neck injury victims may have subtle visual complaints to warrant examination

2014 August


Medical records disclosure: Rampant transgressions yet elusive liability

Challenges to privacy and data breach claims after UCLA and Eisenhower

2014 August


Primer: Insurance law for every plaintiff’s attorney

Don’t be the bull in a china shop, litigating PI cases aggressively with no regard for the impact of insurance issues on your case

Edward Susolik

2014 August

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