Title Search: reasonably diligent title search does not require title insurer to identify document that was not a “public record,” which insured was able to find only after hundreds of hours of searching across four cities – Harpole v. Powell County Title Co., Case No. 12-0614 (Mont. Sept. 10, 2013) (affirming summary judgment)

Duty to Defend: where insured developer conveys property and no longer owes any warranty obligation, policy terminates and insurer has no duty to defend insured against action by subsequent owner – Back Creek Partners, LLC v. First Am. Title Ins. Co., Case No. 492 (Md. App. Sept. 6, 2013) (affirming summary judgment)

Class Action: class of purchasers allegedly entitled to but who did not receive discounted reissue rate for title insurance could not meet commonality or predominance requirements and “failed to put forward a workable method of ascertaining the class” – Ramirez v. Fidelity Nat’l Title Ins. Co., No. CV-09-00230-TUC-JGZ (D. Ariz. Sept. 11, 2013) (decertifying class)