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Minnesota Court of Appeals Confirms Agent Comments Can Bind Insurer

USA - May 25 2018 In January 2017, a jury awarded Prospect Foundry $53,300 on a counterclaim for breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing. At the...

Insurance Carriers Exclude Color Matching Requirements from Policies

USA - October 17 2017 The summer of 2017 saw a number of severe storms in the Midwest, with resulting insurance claims. As policyholders have made those claims, some have...

Recent Trial Win Raises Interesting Issues on Relationship Between Insurance Agent and Policyholder

USA - January 30 2017 Can an insurance agent’s statement and representations bind an insurance company? A recent Minnesota court said, “yes.”......

When is “wrongful” eviction intentional and therefore not covered?

USA - June 2 2016 On May 23, the Minnesota Court of Appeals issued an unpublished decision addressing what actions by a rental home owner would be considered an...

Recent Presentations Demonstrate Importance of Choice of Law

USA - March 29 2016 The law that applies to an insurance contract can be very important. I recently presented on this important fact during a Feb. 17 Minnesota CLE...