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What Discovery Is Allowed In A Punitive Damages’ Case In Illinois?”

By: Jonathan W. Goken Johnson & Bell, Ltd. Defendants in Illinois are finding it increasingly more common for plaintiffs seeking punitive damages to dig into the defendants' financial status and net worth through discovery. Because of...

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HOUSE APPROVES HISTORIC HEALTH REFORM BILL

WASHINGTON, D.C. - A Democrat-controlled House of Representatives late Sunday approved historic legislation to extend health care to millions of uninsured Americans, stop insurance companies from dropping or denying care to individuals with pre-existing...

Caroline Conway
Health Care Reform Legislation Update

Late Sunday night, after hours of tense debate, the House passed HR 3950, the health care reform bill passed by the Senate on December 23. Shortly thereafter, the House passed a smaller reconciliation bill, HR 4872, the Health Care and Education Affordability...

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Suriano on 2009 Insurance Case Law

Costantino P. Suriano, partner with Mound, Cotton, Wollan & Greengrass in New York, shares his views on insurance case law from last year, the positive role of insurance companies and increase regulation. Video by HB Litigation Conferences LLC...

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Silverberg on Policy Language

Philip C. Silverberg, partner with Mound, Cotton, Wollan & Greengrass in New York, discusses claims counsel's influence over policy language in the builder's risk context. Video by HB Litigation Conferences LLC More at www.LitigationConferences...

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Details of House-passed Version of Health Care Legislation

Late Sunday night, after hours of tense debate, the House passed HR 3950, the health care reform bill passed by the Senate on December 23. Shortly thereafter, the House passed a smaller reconciliation bill, HR 4872, the Health Care and Education Affordability...