The Wide Net of the Duty to Defend

Apr 10, 2015 By: David Probst

The judicial principle favoring insureds in policy disputes makes insurance case law endlessly fascinating

The Importance of Context in Insurance Policy Interpretation

Feb 27, 2015 By: John K. DiMugno

Some courts look to the “full context” of the policy provision at issue which may include the “‘broader culture’ of the world at large.”

The presumption of openness as practiced by judges and parties (Part 2 of 2)

Feb 19, 2015 By: Dennis Wall

In practice, U.S. District Judges and U.S. Magistrate Judges do not always or often require the parties to show why the documents deserve to be sealed

The presumption of openness as practiced by judges and parties

Feb 12, 2015 By: Dennis Wall

In practice, U.S. District Judges and U.S. Magistrate Judges do not always or often require the parties to show why the documents deserve to be sealed

Sometimes Reading the Policy Is Not Enough

Feb 11, 2015 By: John K. DiMugno

A recent California appellate decision shows that sometimes adjusters must pay as much attention to statues mandating the content of an insurance policy as to the unambiguous language of the policy in adjusting claims.

The default presumption of public access to court records is rebuttable (Part 2 of 2)

Feb 5, 2015 By: Dennis Wall

The parties must show why the things they want to keep out of the public eye should be sealed

The default presumption of public access to court records is rebuttable

Feb 3, 2015 By: Dennis Wall

An article in this space preceding this one briefly explored the default presumption that court records are open to the public.  The

Presumption that court records are open to the public: The default rule

Jan 28, 2015 By: Dennis Wall

The default presumption is that court records are open to the public.

The ACA and Legal Practices (#21) / 2015 Income Tax Filing and the Affordable Care Act

Jan 21, 2015 By: Ferd H. Mitchell

Almost everyone who purchased health insurance in 2014 or chose not to will need help with preparing income tax returns due in April, 2015.

The ACA and Legal Practices (#21) / Representing individuals as health consumers

Jan 7, 2015 By: Ferd H. Mitchell

Attorneys may often need to help individual clients sort out their options about the ACA.

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