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Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (Bryan Cave) | USA | 4 Jan 2017

Expert Testimony Necessary On Standard Of Care? Maybe Sometimes, But Not Always.

Whether a plaintiff needs an expert witness in a breach of fiduciary duty case to testify on the standard of care is a frequently debated topic. In


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 23 Aug 2016

Connecticut Public Policy Did Not Mandate Termination of Pot-Smoking Public Maintenance Worker

According to Connecticut’s highest court, the public policy of the state did not require the termination of a state employee who was caught smoking


Porzio Bromberg & Newman PC | USA | 26 Jul 2016

We got next! Injured during a pick-up game, no expert needed; injured during a league game, get an expert.

Continuing with a recent theme of people getting injured playing sports and then suing the people who allegedly injured them, we now have Greaves v


Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP | USA | 20 Dec 2011

District court disqualifies entire firm because an attorney at the firm was the named inventor on the asserted patents

In Whitserve, LLC v. GoDaddy.com, Inc., (D. Conn.) Civil Action No. 3:11-CV-948 (JCH), Whitserve sued GoDaddy.com for patent infringement.


Locke Lord LLP | USA | 11 May 2011

Proposed Connecticut law requires public hearings for health and long-term care rate increases of 10 or more

Following on the heels of double digit health insurance rate approvals last year, the Connecticut Legislature is considering S.B. 11, An Act Concerning the Rate Approval Process for Certain Health Insurance Policies, which would expand the current rate approval process administered by the Connecticut Department of Insurance (the “Department”).


McCarter & English LLP | USA | 28 Nov 2010

Affirming confirmation of arbitration award where notice of the same was sent to the insured’s de facto agent.

In Middlesex Mutual Assurance Co. v. Komondy, the insured demanded arbitration after she and her insurer could not agree on an amount necessary to restore her property under a “restorationist” policy providing coverage that included the payment of an amount necessary to restore the home to its original state following a fire.


Wiley Rein LLP | USA | 20 Oct 2008

Connecticut District Court holds underwriter’s testimony insufficient to support summary judgment on rescission

The United States District Court for the District of Connecticut, applying Connecticut law, has denied an insurer’s summary judgment motion seeking rescission.

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