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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…

Regen O'Malley

Cost-Shifting in Federal Court Discovery: Where We Are and Where We’ve Been

USA - January 13 2016 We all know the long-standing general rule that a party must ordinarily pay its own costs to respond to discovery. Oppenheimer Fund, Inc. v. Sanders…

William E. Murray

Getting schooled by Sandy and Irene: what insurance lessons can we learn?

USA - February 20 2015 It is a simple premise, but many insurance coverage disputes, perhaps even a majority of them, could be completely avoided if policyholders would…

Will Cost-Shifting in the Newly Amended Federal Rule Shift the Landscape in E-Discovery Disputes?

USA - January 19 2016 We all know the long-standing general rule that a party must ordinarily pay its own costs to respond to discovery. Oppenheimer Fund, Inc. v. Sanders…

William E. Murray

Connecticut Supreme Court Clarifies Standard for Determining Whether a Product Is “Unreasonably Dangerous” in Design Defect Product Liability Claims; Seeks Amicus Briefs in Separate Case on Whether to Abandon This Same Standard

USA - May 12 2016 In an opinion that was officially released on May 3, 2016 in the case of Izzarelli v. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., No. SC-19232, 2016 Conn. LEXIS 100…

Cullen W. Guilmartin, John J. Robinson