By Douglas Scott MacGregor
Eight coastal states in the Southeastern United States are especially vulnerable to property damage from hurricanes. For homeowners in these eight states, the continuing threat of violent storms means homeowner’s insurance...
By Sherilyn Pastor, Ira Gottlieb, and Nicholas M. Insua, Attorneys, McCarter & English, LLP
The recent devastating and tragic earthquake in Japan and flooding in the northeastern United States should serve to remind businesses of the ever-present...
South Carolina Supreme Court Withdraws Crossmann Communities and Allows Coverage for Consequential Damages of Construction Defects - Court Adopts Time on the Risk Allocation
Randy J. Maniloff, White and Williams, LLP
The Supreme Court of South...
Jing on Insurance Coverage for Construction Defects: Recent Developments in Federal and State Law by Audrey J. Jing of Kelley, Drye & Warren LLP examines the current split among jurisdictions as to whether a claim for defective workmanship falls within...
By J. Randolph Evans, J. Stephen Berry, and Michelle F. Swiren, Attorneys, McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP
The spring of 2011 has featured unusually inclement weather for the Southern states. Tornadoes tore through states from Virginia to Texas throughout...
By Craig W. Davis and Nicholas M. Insua, Attorneys, McCarter & English, LLP
A recent decision by New Jersey's Appellate Division questions the continued viability of prior New Jersey decisional law regarding whether property damage caused...