While the concept of good faith is not new to employment law, its limits and implications remain uncertain. In a recent decision, Avalon Ford v Evans
The defendant's summary judgment application for a dismissal of the plaintiff's action for one month of long term disability benefits, entitlement to
According to a recent District of Columbia federal district court case, policyholders may sue their insurers for a breach of the implied contractual covenant of good faith and fair dealing, despite the fact that D.
In Paul Revere Life Insurance Co. v. Dibari, the insurer brought action for declaratory judgment against its insured regarding a disability income insurance policy and an overhead expense coverage insurance policy, for which the insurer was paying benefits subject to a full reservation of rights.
On December 15, 2009, New York's Appellate Division for the First Department held that an insured need not allege or prove that its insurer acted in bad faith in order to recover consequential damages stemming from the insurer's breach of the policy.