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Rob Falcon
Guest View: Reaching Across European Borders

In 1994, the EU issued its Third Life Directive, which granted companies domiciled in one EU state the authority to sell life insurance products into another. That turned out to be the beginning of big things, as the European cross-border life insurance...

Rob Falcon
Guest View: Reaching Across European Borders

In 1994, the EU issued its Third Life Directive, which granted companies domiciled in one EU state the authority to sell life insurance products into another. That turned out to be the beginning of big things, as the European cross-border life insurance...

Daniel W. Gerber and Sarah J. Delaney
CaseWatch: Insurance – Decisions from The Insurance and Reinsurance Report – January 27, 2010

Agent/Broker Liability Hopkins v. The MEGA Life and Health Ins. Co. 2009 Cal. App. Unpub. LEXIS 10120 [ lexis.com ] (Cal. App., December 22, 2009) No Affirmative Reliance Requires Dismissal of Claims Against Agent The court affirmed summary...

Al Schmitz
Al Schmitz on the CLASS Act

The CLASS Act creates a potentially massive new government program. It provides for a new long-term care program as part of health care reform. (Lexis.com subscribers can review the CLASS Act in Title VIII, Sections 8001-8002 of H.R. 3590, Patient Protection...

LexisNexis Insurance Law Newsroom Staff
LexisNexis Video Discussions and Interviews from LegalTech NY, Feb 1, 2010

Feb 1, 2010 - Mike Walsh, CEO of U.S. Legal Markets at LexisNexis, addresses viewers from the convention floor at LegalTech NY 2010. Feb 1, 2010 - LexisNexis' Mike Mintz interviews USLM CEO Mike Walsh at LegalTech NY 2010. Walsh discusses the business...

Randy J. Maniloff
Statute of Liberty: New York Appeals Court Frees Huddled Masses of Insurers from the Bonds of Section 3420(d)

Whenever I am involved in a case involving New York Insurance Law § 3420(d) I always make the same two observations: (1) Wow, there sure are a lot of cases on this issue; and (2) Wow, insurers lose pretty much every time. Section 3420(d) is that...