Declarations: The Coverage Opinions Interview With Carter Phillips -- The Supreme Court’s Frequent Trier
How The Supreme Court Approaches Cases; The Scalia Story You Must Hear; Thoughts On Judge Merrick Garland; The Most Influential Amicus Brief In the History Of The Supreme Court; Expletives and Nudity; A Reinsurance Joke (Really)
Carter Phillips has argued a breathtaking 83 times before the U.S. Supreme Court – the most of any lawyer in private practice. The Sidley Austin Chairman was kind enough to let me ask him some questions about standing behind the most imposing of all courtroom podiums.
Take The Coverage Opinions “Supreme Court Emoji Challenge”
Can You Identify These Ten Landmark SCOTUS Cases Spelled In Emojis?
The “Emoji Challenge” Featured In The Wall Street Journal Law Blog, SCOTUSblog and Lawhaha.
Charles Barkley: Constitutional Law Scholar
CGL Policy Road Trip: 66 Advanced Stops Along The Way
Randy Spencer’s Open Mic
So, Not So Cute Now: Woman Uses Emojis And Gets Sued
Randy Spencer at Gotham Comedy Club, NYC, April 5
The Four Questions: Why Is This Coverage Lawyer Different From All Other Coverage Lawyers?
Tred Eyerly: Practicing Law In Alaska, Hawaii and Northern Mariana Islands
What Is The Most Interesting Liability Coverage Issue?
Play The Bracket Challenge
Thank You, Thank you
General Liability Insurance Coverage -- Key Issues In Every State
Winners Of The Insurance Coverage Haiku Contest
Opening Day Upon Us: Update On The Major League Baseball “Foul Ball Litigation”
What Do You Buy When An Umbrella Still Doesn’t Provide Enough Protection?
I’ve Never Seen This Before: Is Agent Liable Because It “Should Have Tried Harder” To Get A Claim Paid?
What A Difference The DOJ Makes: Court Upholds Specific Claims Exclusion
Appeals Court Addresses Cyber Coverage
Insurer Does Not Use ISO Policy Language -- And Pays $5.4 Million
Late Notice: Supreme Court Says Notice To Broker Could Be Notice To Insurer
Tapas: Small Dishes Of Insurance Coverage
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