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The Tenth Circuit ruled Thursday that National Union Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh’s liability for defects on Intrawest’s dozens of ski resort condo construction projects was limited to $5 million total, leaving excess insurer Federal on the hook for the $8 million-plus it shelled out on Intrawest’s behalf in two suits.
The man who was filmed screaming at employees of a New York City restaurant for speaking Spanish, then later identified as a complex commercial and insurance coverage attorney, is facing a formal complaint filed in the state court system’s Departmental Disciplinary Committee.
Kennedys CMK has hired an insurance partner from Skarzynski Black, the latest of many former Sedgwick LLP partners who have ended up at the insurance boutique during or after Sedgwick’s decline and shutdown, the firm announced Thursday.
Cozen O’Connor on Thursday announced that a former Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP partner has joined its global insurance practice, bringing 15 years of experience as a litigator and mediator to the firm.
Aetna urged a Pennsylvania federal court Wednesday to toss certain claims from a Florida sleep center’s proposed class action alleging the insurer was not paying enough for out-of-network claims, arguing that some of the allegations are unsupported and redundant.
Cigna Health and Life Insurance Co. doesn’t have to face an Employee Retirement Income Security Act suit from a New Jersey podiatry group alleging that the insurer shortchanged it on medical claims, after a New Jersey federal judge ruled on Wednesday that the medical provider didn’t plead enough specifics to support its case.
The biggest cybersecurity threat facing law firms and their clients is employees who innocently click on a virus and fail to safeguard their passwords, making training and good insurance key necessities in the digital age, according to panelists who spoke at the New Jersey State Bar Association convention Thursday.
In this monthly series, legal recruiting experts at Major Lindsey & Africa interview management from top law firms about navigating an increasingly competitive business environment. Here we feature Toby Brown, chief practice management officer at Perkins Coie LLP.
When the American Law Institute meets next week to consider whether to approve its Restatement of the Law on Liability Insurance, it should take note of provisions such as Section 12(1), which would embroil the ALI in policy questions that are far afield from its mission in publishing restatements of the law, says Laura Foggan of Crowell & Moring LLP.
Winning a $247 million jury verdict in a bellwether trial against Johnson & Johnson over allegedly faulty hip implants was just one of the major victories Mark Lanier of The Lanier Law Firm tallied last year, earning him a spot on Law360’s 2018 Titans of the Plaintiffs Bar.
President Donald Trump kept up the momentum this week in his push to reshape the federal courts by getting his 21st circuit court judge confirmed through a sharply divided Senate, but the effort to leave his stamp on the judiciary may permanently alter how the chamber confirms judges — and how quickly.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission won a Colorado federal judge’s approval Thursday for a deal requiring the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law to pay nearly $2.7 million to end a suit alleging it paid female law professors less than their male counterparts.
The State Bar of California sent out an alert Thursday warning attorneys licensed in the state to be aware of a phishing scam coming in the form of suspicious emails claiming that their fee payments to the bar are overdue.
Gibson Dunn is this week’s top legal lion, securing a decision from the U.S. Supreme Court striking down a federal law that prohibited states from legalizing sports betting, while Baker McKenzie ended up on the legal lambs list after a federal judge dismissed a $7 billion lawsuit its client, Facebook, had filed against the IRS.
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