SNR Denton on McReynolds v. American Commerce Insurance Co.: Interpleader as a Safe Harbor for Multiple Demands

By Ronald D. Kent, Partner, SNR Denton 1 McReynolds v. American Commerce Insurance Co. 2 presented an issue at a doctrinal intersection: multiple claims with inadequate limits and claims subject to liens. The court held that an insurer could meet its obligation to consider the multiple offers in...

Blogs from the ILC Advisory Board: Richards v. Sequoia Insurance Co.: Liability Insurer Not Obliged to Compensate Insureds for Defending Themselves While Insurer Is Considering Whether To Provide Defense

By William T. Barker, Partner, SNR Denton In Richards v. Sequoia Insurance Co. ,[1] insured attorneys, who were instructed to arrange for their own defense pending Sequoia's coverage decision, retained counsel on the basis that the insureds would do most of the investigation, legal research,...