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SNR Denton on Is There a Right To Jury Trial in a Bad Faith Failure To Settle Case: Wood v. New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Co.

By William T. Barker, Partner, SNR Denton In Wood v. New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Co. the New Jersey Supreme Court, addressing a little-litigated issue, held that there is a right to jury trial in a bad faith failure to settle case. [1] This commentary examines that holding. NJM insured...

New Appleman Insurance Bad Faith Litigation, Second Edition - § 3.06: Duties of Insurer-Selected Defense Counsel in Partial Coverage or Excess Exposure Cases, and § 3.07: Insurer Liability for Improper Defense

New Appleman Insurance Bad Faith Litigation, Second Edition is a one-volume law and practice guide that discusses the duties and obligations of insurers to their insureds, and the consequences of the insurer's breach of its duty of good faith and fair dealing. It discusses both first party and third...

SNR Denton on DeMarco v. Travelers Insurance Co.: Insurer Faced with Multiple Claims Exceeding Policy Limits Must Seek to Minimize Insured’s Financial Exposure

By William T. Barker, Partner, SNR Denton DeMarco v. Travelers Insurance Co. applied Rhode Island's unique standard for an insurer's duty to settle to multiple claims exceeding limits. In doing so, it adopted the minority rule that such an insurer must seek to minimize insured's financial...