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"Dusting Off an Old Law" – Insurance Coverage for Trespass to Chattels Claims

“Trespass to chattels”?!? Isn’t that a doctrine that was dead and buried, brought up only to torment…educate first year law students? Not any more! In the electronic age, the trespass to chattels doctrine has been revived. It...

Michael Aylward, a Nat'l Ins Law Forum attorney
Featured Blog of the Month - National Insurance Law Forum: a Multi-Part Series Outlining the Decade’s Insurance Developments

2003: The Year of the Sheep Top New Claim Threat: SARS Athletic Achievement: Lance Armstrong Furthest Fall from Grace: Martha Stewart Coolest New Gadget: DVD Camcorders Hottest Coverage Issue: Sue and Labor Clauses The Five Most Important...

Sara M. Thorpe, a Nat'l Ins. Law Forum attorney
Featured Blog of the Month - National Insurance Law Forum: a Multi-Part Series Outlining the Decade’s Insurance Developments

2000, 2001, 2002 – Of the final decisions issued by the California courts during those years which had a significant impact on insurers over the course of this decade, in addition to what Mike Aylward notes, I would add the following: 2000...

Gerber, Segalla, Kingsley, Omilian
Goldberg Segalla’s Reinsurance Review – January, 2010

IN THIS MONTH’S EDITION: Tenth Circuit Reverses District Court and Orders The Issue of Res Judicata to be Determined by New Arbitration Panel District Court Grants Respondents’ Motion Compelling Arbitration Of Parties’ Rights...

InsureReinsure: The Insurance-Reinsurance Blog
Chinese Drywall – Judicial Panel on Multi-District Litigation Rules that North American Manufactured Drywall Matter Should Not Be Transferred to Chinese Drywall MDL

On December 2, 2009 the Judicial Panel on Multi-District Litigation (JPML) ruled that an action alleging damage from North American manufactured drywall should not be transferred to the federal Chinese Drywall Multi-District Litigation (MDL) that was...

Michael Aylward, a Nat'l Ins Law Forum attorney
Featured Blog of the Month - National Insurance Law Forum: a Multi-Part Series Outlining the Decade’s Insurance Developments

2002: The Year of the Horse Top New Claim Threat: Terrorism Athletic Achievement: New England Patriots Furthest Fall from Grace: Salt Lake City Winter Olympics Coolest New Gadget: GPS Hottest Coverage Issue: Vanishing Premiums The Five Biggest...