The gloves are off in a lawsuit in the Southern District of New York where an insurer and an oil and gas company disagree about whether the company’s insurance policy covers claims that fracking causes earthquakes.
In this episode we’re headed to Rhode Island, the Ocean State, to define insurable interests.
One of defendants’ most significant arguments in opposing data breach victims’ negligence and breach of privacy claims has been that the claimants that have not suffered actual fraud or identity theft can show no cognizable injury and therefore lack Article III standing to assert their claims.
In KCOM v. Employers Mutual Casualty, KCOM had hail damage to its motel roof.
The Government consultation on changes to liability and insurance cover to accommodate automated car technologies closed recently.
When an insurance company decides to disclaim coverage it has to be very careful about timing the notice and the substance of the disclaimer.
Going way back to the roots of insurance, fire was the peril that insurance was designed to protect.
In Vasquez v. Dillards, the Workers Compensation Commission found the opt out provisions of the state workers compensation laws unconstitutional.
Social Security Numbers and Insurance??
I remember sitting in a continuing legal education class once, where the speaker was an experienced employment defense lawyer.