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Insurance & The Absolute Litigation Privilege – Lawyers Are Obligated To Vigorously Defend Their Clients
Posted on 10 Aug 2015 by Barry Zalma

No one likes to lose a lawsuit. Unable to accept that the case they brought was not viable or their own lawyers were incompetent, the losers strike out at whoever they can strike at, usually, the lawyers for their opponents. Lawyers are required, by their... Read More

McCarter & English on Duty To Defend Obligation Arises For Portee Claim In New Jersey Even In Absence Of Allegation Of Physical Injury
Posted on 17 Aug 2011 by Jason M. Alexander and David A. Thomas

By Jason M. Alexander and David A. Thomas, Associates, McCarter & English, LLP The Supreme Court of New Jersey in Abouzaid v. Mansard Gardens Associates, LLC , 2011 N.J. Lexis 684 (June 21, 2011) held that a claim filed under Portee v. Jaffee... Read More

Blogs from the ILC Advisory Board: New Jersey Supreme Court Cites New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition on Duty to Defend for Claim of Emotional Distress
Posted on 24 Jun 2011 by Jeffrey E Thomas

By Jeffery Thomas, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law at the University of Missouri - Kansas City Just a few days ago, the New Jersey Supreme Court cited the New Appleman on Insurance Law Library Edition § 19.04 in Abouzaid... Read More

McCarter & English on Duty To Defend Obligation Arises For Portee Claim In New Jersey Even In Absence Of Allegation Of Physical Injury
Posted on 17 Aug 2011 by Jason M. Alexander and David A. Thomas

By Jason M. Alexander and David A. Thomas, Associates, McCarter & English, LLP The Supreme Court of New Jersey in Abouzaid v. Mansard Gardens Associates, LLC , 2011 N.J. Lexis 684 (June 21, 2011) held that a claim filed under Portee v. Jaffee... Read More