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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

May 15, 2017
Georgia, North Carolina Cover 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 U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit’s holding that an insurer did not act in bad faith by failing to settle a lawsuit against its insured where the settlement offer did not resolve all potential claims.

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May 1, 2017
Washington, Pennsylvania, Michigan Coverage Cases
Insurance Coverage Update
Practice Areas: Appellate Law, Insurance Law

This issue of Plunkett Cooney's national insurance update summarizes four recent cases, including the Washington Supreme Court’s ruling that a pollution exclusion did not preclude coverage for bodily injury arising out of exposure to carbon monoxide because negligent installation was the predominant cause of the injury, and that the insurer acted in bad faith by declining coverage.

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April 17, 2017
Texas, Michigan, Minnesota 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 Texas Supreme Court’s landmark case establishing five rules that must be used to evaluate whether an insured may recover policy benefits as actual damages as a result of an insurer’s statutory violation, even though a jury failed to find that the insurer breached its obligations under the policy.

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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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