Mandatory Provisions—Not in My State—McCarran-Ferguson, the FAA, and Reverse Preemption

By John E. James and Michael B. Rush, Attorneys, Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP In their article appearing in the May/June 2011 issue of Coverage , "Mandatory Provisions-Not in My State-McCarran-Ferguson, the FAA, and Reverse Preemption," John E. James and Michael B. Rush examine how...

Ten Most Significant Insurance Coverage Decisions Of 2013 – Washington Supreme Court: Policy Arbitration Clauses Are Unenforceable

Insurers See Red – Insureds See Delicious W.C. Fields once famously quipped: “All things considered, I’d rather be in arbitration.” Insurance policies sometimes contain clauses requiring that any dispute under the policy be resolved by arbitration. Given the complexity and...