When a subpoena from a State Attorney General hits your desk, it is easy to immediately get swept up in the substance. But before becoming absorbed in the details of a subpoena response (recounted here), consider first who should pay for the associated costs. And for that reason, you must review your insurance policies.
The Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal held that an insurer must provide a complete defense to its insured in long-latency disease cases and that the duty to defend is not subject to proration.
The CBS 60 Minutes documentary, The Storm After The Storm, called insurance company lawyers, “Dogs on a Leash.”
What happens when one party loses an arbitration and then commences a second arbitration against the same counterparty over similar issues?
You can’t make this stuff up. A marijuana grow house goes “up in smoke”1 and I get to write about it in a property insurance blog!