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High Court Hands Excess Insurers A Big Bad Faith Stick Against Primaries
Posted on 26 Jan 2015 by Randy J. Maniloff

There is nothing out of the ordinary about suits by excess insurers, against an underlying primary insurer, alleging that the primary had an opportunity to settle a claim within its limit, did not do so, and, as a consequence, there was later a verdict... Read More

Supreme Court Allows Excess Insurer’s Bad Faith Claim Against Primary
Posted on 4 Aug 2015 by Randy J. Maniloff

Tapas: Small Dishes of Insurance Coverage News & Notes The Supreme Court of Hawaii held that “an excess liability insurer can bring a cause of action, under the doctrine of equitable subrogation, against a primary liability insurer who... Read More

LexisNexis Author William T. Barker To Speak at 1st Annual Bad Faith Litigation Strategies ExecuSummit on "Recent Developments in Third-Party Bad Faith: The American Law Institute Principles of the Law of Liability Insurance."
Posted on 14 Oct 2014 by William T. Barker

On November 4, 2014, LexisNexis author William T. Barker will speak at the 1st Annual Bad Faith Litigation Strategies ExecuSummit on "Recent Developments in Third-Party Bad Faith: The American Law Institute Principles of the Law of Liability Insurance... Read More