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Emerging Issues Commentary on the National Insurance Act of 2007

If the National Insurance Act of 2007 becomes law it may well lead to a revolution in the insurance industry. At present, insurance is regulated state by state. This bill would allow insurance companies to be chartered by the federal government and to be governed by one set of regulations instead of...

Understanding Life Insurance – Chapter 34 of the New Appleman Insurance Law Practice Guide

This is a portion of the “Understanding Life Insurance” chapter from the New Appleman Insurance Law Practice Guide . It provides not only analysis, but strategic pointers in dealing with some of the most contentious life insurance coverage issues, including: • Under what circumstances...

8th Annual Insurance Coverage Top Ten and Coverage for Dummies 2008 Special Report

Attached is a copy of "8th Annual Insurance Coverage Best In Show: The Ten Most Significant Decisions of 2008" --"Special Report: Coverage for Dummies 2008: The Top Ten," an article that Jennifer Wojciechowski and I are publishing in the December 18, 2008 issue of Mealey's Litigation...

Who Wants To Be A Slumdog Millionaire? Download Answer for Free HERE

Here’s the answer to this week’s Who Wants to be a Slumdog Millionaire question. (See Slumdog Millionaire box in right column of our web center to play the game!) You can also link to a FREE comprehensive list of Insurance Designations with accompanying organizational information.. Simply...

FREE DOWNLOAD - Chapter 23 of the New Appleman Insurance Law Practice Guide - Insurance Settlement Disputes by Saul B. Goodman, Benedict M. Lenhart, and Jarrett A. Williams

Most coverage disputes are resolved by settlement between the insurer and the insured, either before or after coverage litigation is filed. Unlike coverage litigation, settlement involves creating a new contract to govern the relationship between insured and insurer rather than simply interpreting and...