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By Stephanie E. Ambs, Katherine L. Heckert
Electronic discovery in litigation can be confusing and intimidating. Corporate counsel who are involved even indirectly with litigation ...
By Carlton Fields
This Week's Flordia Appeals (Week of July 16-20, 2018)
By Thaddeus Ewald
The Second Circuit recently held that parties seeking to vacate awards under Federal Arbitration Act Section 10(a)(2) must satisfy a higher burden in showing evident partiality by a party-appointed
By Jeanne Kohler
The Texas Department of Insurance has proposed to reorganize its Surplus Lines Insurance Chapter 15 in the Texas Administrative Code. The proposed new Chapter 15 can be found here.
By Roland Goss
These exposure drafts further the implementation of the Covered Agreement discussed at the NAIC's February 20, 2018 public hearing.
By Jason R. Brost
The court also considered Munich's motion to preclude certain testimony by Utica's expert witnesses regarding trade usage and custom and practice in the reinsurance industry.
By John Clabby
The protection of senior investors continues to be a priority for FINRA, from both an examination and enforcement perspective.
By Carlton Fields
Expect Focus - Life Insurance, Volume II, June 2018
By Brooke Patterson
Life insurers that defend challenges to their exercises of discretion to adjust cost of insurance (COI) rates on universal life insurance policies continue to seek opportunities ...
By Brendan N. Gooley
A California jury recently returned a verdict in favor of MassMutual following a 12-day trial in a state-court class action that claimed the insurer failed to pay dividends owed to policy owners.
By Shaunda Patterson-Strachan
In March, the Ninth Circuit provided clarity on a key and recurring issue relevant to a district court's ability to exercise subject matter jurisdiction in actions involving ...
By Josephine Cicchetti
On May 3, Governor Henry McMaster signed the South Carolina Insurance Data Security Act, making South Carolina the first state to adopt the NAIC Insurance Data Security Model Law.
By Nora Valenza-Frost
Affirming the trial court's ruling, the Fourth Circuit upheld the denial of a motion to vacate or modify an arbitration award involving the termination of an employee.
By Gail Jankowski
Pioneer Roofing Organization (PRO) appealed an order from a federal district court granting summary judgment in favor of Sheet Metal Workers' Local Union No. 104 on PRO's petition...
By Edmund J. Zaharewicz
New York's Attorney General issued a report on its recent investigation of fees charged by actively managed equity mutual funds and a metric known as "Active Share."
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