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Principles Have An A.L.Eye On The “Innocent Co-Insured” Rules: Set Sights On Adoption Of The Minority Position
Posted on 27 Oct 2014 by Randy J. Maniloff

Lately I’ve been using the forum that Coverage Opinions provides me to take issue with certain draft sections of the American Law Institute’s “Principles of the Law of Liability Insurance” Project. In general, my beef has been... Read More

Revisiting the Three Rs: Risks, Rewards, and Rescission
Posted on 22 Jun 2011 by Mary McCutcheon and Amanda Hairston

By Mary McCutcheon and Amanda Hairston, Attorneys, Farella Braun + Martel LLP In their article appearing in the May/June 2011 issue of Coverage , "Revisiting the Three Rs: Risks, Rewards, and Rescission," Mary McCutcheon and Amanda Hairston... Read More

The Third Burning of Washington: Uncivil Health Care Wars Continue
Posted on 21 Feb 2012 by Alvin D. Lurie

By Alvin D. Lurie Historical Headnote: Washington has been burned twice before - once 197 years ago literally, by the enemy from without, when the British burned the White House and the U.S. Capitol during the War of 1812; and once metaphorically... Read More

Mealey's™ Managed Care Liability Report-Florida Judge Finds Individual Mandate In Health Care Act Unconstitutional
Posted on 3 Feb 2011 by Cheryl Keely

PENSACOLA, Fla. -- (Mealey's) A Florida federal judge on Jan. 31 struck down as unconstitutional the individual mandate portion of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and, finding that the provision is not severable, held that the... Read More

Virginia's Attack on Health Care Reform Individual Mandate in PPACA Heard by Fourth Circuit
Posted on 13 May 2011 by Cheryl Keely

RICHMOND, Va. - (Mealey's) The federal government argued before a panel of the Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on May 10 that a district court judge erred in finding that the individual mandate contained in the Patient Protection and Affordable... Read More

Revisiting the Three Rs: Risks, Rewards, and Rescission
Posted on 22 Jun 2011 by Mary McCutcheon and Amanda Hairston

By Mary McCutcheon and Amanda Hairston, Attorneys, Farella Braun + Martel LLP In their article appearing in the May/June 2011 issue of Coverage , "Revisiting the Three Rs: Risks, Rewards, and Rescission," Mary McCutcheon and Amanda Hairston... Read More

The Third Burning of Washington: Uncivil Health Care Wars Continue
Posted on 21 Feb 2012 by Alvin D. Lurie

By Alvin D. Lurie Historical Headnote: Washington has been burned twice before - once 197 years ago literally, by the enemy from without, when the British burned the White House and the U.S. Capitol during the War of 1812; and once metaphorically... Read More

California Supreme Court To Decide Interplay Between Severability-of-Interests Clause And Intentional Acts Exclusion
Posted on 20 May 2010 by Patrick R. McKinney II

By Patrick R. McKinney II, Special Counsel, Farella Braun + Martel LLP Can an insurance company deny coverage to a homeowner who did nothing intentional because another insured under the policy committed a crime or intentional tort? The California... Read More

Mealey's™ Managed Care Liability Report-Florida Judge Finds Individual Mandate In Health Care Act Unconstitutional
Posted on 3 Feb 2011 by Cheryl Keely

PENSACOLA, Fla. -- (Mealey's) A Florida federal judge on Jan. 31 struck down as unconstitutional the individual mandate portion of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and, finding that the provision is not severable, held that the... Read More

Virginia's Attack on Health Care Reform Individual Mandate in PPACA Heard by Fourth Circuit
Posted on 13 May 2011 by Cheryl Keely

RICHMOND, Va. - (Mealey's) The federal government argued before a panel of the Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on May 10 that a district court judge erred in finding that the individual mandate contained in the Patient Protection and Affordable... Read More