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December 1, 2015
Publication: Municipal Matters Newsletter - Fall/Winter 2015 Edition
Practice Areas: Governmental Law
Michael S. Bogren
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December 1, 2015
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Insurance Coverage Update

March 15, 2017
West Virginia, California and Connecticut Coverage Cases
Insurance Coverage Update
Practice Areas: Appellate Law, Insurance Law

This issue of Plunkett Cooney's national insurance update summarizes three recent cases, including the West Virginia Supreme Court’s holding that an insurer was not bound by a settlement agreement entered into by its insured because the insurer was not a party to the lawsuit out of which the settlement agreement arose.

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March 1, 2017
Oklahoma, Washington Coverage Cases
Insurance Coverage Update
Practice Areas: Appellate Law, Insurance Law

This issue of Plunkett Cooney's national insurance update summarizes two recent cases, including the Oklahoma Supreme Court’s recent holding on a certified question that an indoor air exclusion is not void as against public policy.

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February 15, 2017
Coverage Cases
Insurance Coverage Update
Practice Areas: Appellate Law, Insurance Law

This issue of Plunkett Cooney's national insurance update summarizes five recent cases, including the Supreme Court of New Jersey's holding that an anti-assignment clause does not bar coverage where the assignment was made after the loss at issue occurred.

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Rapid Report

January 18, 2017
Rapid Report
Practice Areas: Appellate Law, Medical Liability
Robert G. Kamenec

This Rapid Report discusses a new Michigan law that limits damages for past medical and rehabilitation expenses to actual damages that arose out of alleged malpractice.

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November 23, 2016
Rapid Report
Practice Areas: Appellate Law, Insurance Law
Jeffrey C. Gerish, Mary Massaron

A recent ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit denies excess coverage to the plaintiff and reverses an $8.6 million judgment, on the grounds that the policy's consent requirement is unambiguous and, therefore, must be enforced.

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