By Andrew B. Downs and Heather J. Zacharia
In a sharp U-Turn, the California Supreme Court has decided that rights under liability insurance policies for harm that has already happened are assignable without the insurer's consent. In California...
In 2003, the California Supreme Court ruled, [subscribers can access an enhanced version of this opinion: lexis.com | Lexis Advance ], that a company’s contractual transfer of insurance rights to a subsequent purchaser was invalid, as it violated...
By Jason Frye , Associate, Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP
The California Supreme Court has issued its long-awaited ruling in Fluor Corp. v. Superior Court of Orange Co . and held that California Insurance Code section 520 – a statute tracing...