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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

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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February 1, 2017
Michigan, Oklahoma, New York 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 U.S Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit that the professional services exclusion precludes coverage where the insured was hired to oversee all aspects of a construction project, including design, implementation and supervision.

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January 16, 2017
Florida, California 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 Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals’ holding that the Florida Claims Administration Statute does not prohibit an insurer from refusing to pay pre-tender defense costs based on the application of a voluntary payments exclusion.

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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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