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Ten Most Significant Insurance Coverage Decisions Of 2013 – American Law Institute Begins Adoption Of Its Principles Of Liability Insurance: Academic Mumbo Jumbo That You Don’t Need To Know About? Not So Fast.

On May 20, 2013, the American Law Institute adopted some of the initial sections of its Principles of Liability Insurance. I’ll be honest. When I first heard about the ALI’s Principles Project – essentially a rule book for liability coverage issues -- I did not pay much attention. It...

Love It And List It: “14th Annual Ten Most Significant Coverage Decisions Of The Year”

2014: The Year In Review Property and casualty insurance coverage is a world dominated by decisions made by courts. So 2014 was a unique year -- as its two most significant stories had nothing to do with the judiciary. The first was the decision by the American Law Institute to change its four...

LexisNexis Authors To Speak At Rutgers Center for Risk and Responsibility Conference On The Principles/Restatement Of The Law Of Liability Insurance

On February 27, 2015, the Rutgers Center for Risk and Responsibility will be holding on a conference on the provocative and much anticipated Principles/Restatement of the Law of Liability Insurance now being developed by the American Law Institute. Presentations planned for the conference on various...

Report From The Rutgers ALI Restatement Conference: The Role Of Minority Positions In The Process

I attended The Rutgers Law School–Camden Center for Risk and Responsibility’s ALI Restatement conference on February 27th. It had been my first time on the Rutgers-Camden Law School campus since I’d been deemed unworthy of being there 27 years ago. Frankly, after being underwhelmed...

Update: ALI’s Restatement Of The Law Of Liability Insurance

It has now been nine months since the American Law Institute did a switcheroo and converted its Principles of the Law of Liability Insurance to the Restatement of the Law of Liability Insurance. Just a one word change – but an impact that speaks volumes. So what’s been happening with the...