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Leveraging the 50-State Initiative, Connecticut and Maine Team Secure Full Dismissal of Coverage Claim for Catastrophic Property Loss

USA - January 28 2020 On behalf of Gordon & Rees’ surplus lines insurer client, Hartford insurance coverage attorneys Dennis Brown, Joseph Blyskal, and Regen O’Malley…

Federal Supplemental Jurisdiction Statute Operates as a "Stop Clock" on State Statutes of Limitation

USA - January 24 2018 On Monday, January 22, 2018, the United States Supreme Court issued a decision that is significant to anyone practicing in the federal court system…

New York’s Highest Court Expands the Phrase “Issued or Delivered” Under N.Y. Ins. Law § 3420(a)(2)

USA - December 11 2017 In a broad-reaching decision issued late last month, New York's highest court, the New York Court of Appeals, clarified that the phrase "issued or…

Lauren Neureither

Winning Arbitration Battle in the Connecticut Supreme Court Regarding Historic Home Restoration Costs Still Leaves Insurer Defending Legal War in State Trial Court

USA - September 25 2017 Concluding that the trial court “improperly substituted its judgment” for that of an appraisal panel, the Connecticut Supreme Court invalidated the…

Kelcie Reid

Are Insurance Late Notice Provisions Toothless After Arrowood v. King?

USA - May 10 2016 Until 2012, an insured seeking coverage after providing late notice of a claim had the burden of proving that its insurer was not prejudiced by the…

Steven J. Zakrzewski