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Featured Blog of the Month - National Insurance Law Forum: a Multi-Part Series Outlining the Decade’s Insurance Developments
Posted on 20 Jan 2010 by Michael Aylward, a Nat'l Ins Law Forum attorney

2007: The Year of the Pig New Nasty Claim Threat: Contingent Commissions Athletic Achievement: Tiger Woods Furthest Fall from Grace: Dickie Scruggs Coolest New Gadget: Streaming Video Hottest Coverage Issue: “Occurrence” The... Read More

Featured Blog of the Month - National Insurance Law Forum: a Multi-Part Series Outlining the Decade’s Insurance Developments
Posted on 14 Jan 2010 by Michael Aylward, a Nat'l Ins Law Forum attorney

2005: The Year of the Rooster Top New Claim Threat: Hurricane Katrina Athletic Achievement: Roger Federer Furthest Fall from Grace: Scott Gilbert Coolest New Gadget: HD Television Hottest Coverage Issue: Absolute Pollution Exclusion The 5... Read More

New Jersey Senate Considering Ban on Credit-Based Insurance Scoring
Posted on 9 Jun 2009 by InsureReinsure: The Insurance-Reinsurance Blog

New Jersey State Senator Nia H. Gill has introduced Senate Bill 2766 into the New Jersey State Senate to temporarily prohibit the use of credit-based insurance scoring by property-casualty insurers in rate-making for personal lines insurance coverage... Read More

Insurance is for Lovers
Posted on 14 Feb 2008 by Karen C. Yotis

You didn’t know you were part of the sexiest industry on the planet, did you? Me neither. At least until I heard about http://www.sexyinsurance.com/ . I’ll pause here while you click on the link. I mean, with a name like “sexy insurance”... Read More

Featured Blog of the Month - National Insurance Law Forum: a Multi-Part Series Outlining the Decade’s Insurance Developments
Posted on 8 Jan 2010 by Michael Aylward, a Nat'l Ins Law Forum attorney

2002: The Year of the Horse Top New Claim Threat: Terrorism Athletic Achievement: New England Patriots Furthest Fall from Grace: Salt Lake City Winter Olympics Coolest New Gadget: GPS Hottest Coverage Issue: Vanishing Premiums The Five Biggest... Read More

Featured Blog of the Month - National Insurance Law Forum: a Multi-Part Series Outlining the Decade’s Insurance Developments
Posted on 19 Jan 2010 by Diane Polscer, a Nat'l Ins. Law Forum attorney

In our opinion, the most significant insurance ruling in Oregon over the past ten years is the Oregon Supreme Court’s decision in Holloway v. Republic Indemnity Co. of America , 341 Or. 642 (2006). The “central issue” in that case was... Read More

Featured Blog of the Month - National Insurance Law Forum: a Multi-Part Series Outlining the Decade’s Insurance Developments
Posted on 9 Jan 2010 by Sara M. Thorpe, a Nat'l Ins. Law Forum attorney

2000, 2001, 2002 – Of the final decisions issued by the California courts during those years which had a significant impact on insurers over the course of this decade, in addition to what Mike Aylward notes, I would add the following: 2000... Read More

What Google Knows
Posted on 14 Nov 2008 by Tom Hagy

With news from Google that it can predict flu outbreaks based on key-word searches – searches using the term “flu” itself or symptoms such as “sore throat,” “fever” or “general crankiness” (See http... Read More

Featured Blog of the Month - National Insurance Law Forum: a Multi-Part Series Outlining the Decade’s Insurance Developments
Posted on 6 Jan 2010 by Michael Aylward, a Nat'l Ins Law Forum attorney

The Five Most Important Insurance Coverage Rulings of 2000: Commercial Union Ins. Co. v. Seven Provinces Ins. Co., 217 F.3d 33 (1st Cir. 2000). The First Circuit ruled that a reinsurer could be sued for unfair claims handling and bad faith based... Read More

Featured Blog of the Month - National Insurance Law Forum: a Multi-Part Series Outlining the Decade’s Insurance Developments
Posted on 13 Jan 2010 by Michael Aylward, a Nat'l Ins Law Forum attorney

2004: The Year of the Monkey Top New Claim Threat: Eliot Spitzer Athletic Achievement: Boston Red Sox Furthest Fall from Grace: Britney Spears Coolest New Gadget: Apple I Pods Hottest Coverage Issue: Wardrobe Malfunctions The year of Spitzer... Read More

9th Annual Insurance Coverage Top Ten and Coverage for Dummies 2009 Special Report
Posted on 6 Jan 2010 by Randy J. Maniloff and Sarah Damiani

You're invited to access a FREE DOWNLOAD of "Thriller: 9th Annual Review of the Year’s Ten Most Significant Insurance Coverage Decisions” and the 2 nd Annual “Coverage for Dummies” special report, an article that Sarah... Read More

Web 2.0 for the Insurance Industry (and the Rest of the World)
Posted on 23 Mar 2009 by Kevin M. LaCroix

Early in my career when I was doing legal work for London insurers, we communicated with our U.K. clients using telex , a technology that is to communications what smacking clothes on a rock is to cleaning fabric. It seemed a huge leap when we progressed... Read More

Featured Blog of the Month - National Insurance Law Forum: a Multi-Part Series Outlining the Decade’s Insurance Developments
Posted on 5 Jan 2010 by Michael Aylward, a Nat'l Ins Law Forum attorney

It was the decade with no name. Ten years that turned the world upside down. The decade began with concern over the millennial impact of a mathematical oddity but was ultimately dominated by two iconic events—one natural and one spawned by evil... Read More

Featured Blog of the Month - National Insurance Law Forum: a Multi-Part Series Outlining the Decade’s Insurance Developments
Posted on 11 Jan 2010 by Michael Aylward, a Nat'l Ins Law Forum attorney

2003: The Year of the Sheep Top New Claim Threat: SARS Athletic Achievement: Lance Armstrong Furthest Fall from Grace: Martha Stewart Coolest New Gadget: DVD Camcorders Hottest Coverage Issue: Sue and Labor Clauses The Five Most Important... Read More

Featured Blog of the Month - National Insurance Law Forum: a Multi-Part Series Outlining the Decade’s Insurance Developments
Posted on 7 Jan 2010 by Michael Aylward, a Nat'l Ins Law Forum attorney

2001. For those of us of a certain age it was, like 1984, a year in which remembered symmetries clashed with current realities. For many, it was the year in which the new century finally began. By the fall, it was clear to all that we had entered a new... Read More

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