Declarations: The Coverage Opinions Interview With A Legend: Arthur Miller
Judges in need of civil procedure help have gone to Arthur Miller’s treatise, Wright & Miller, nearly 80,000 times. And he’s also taught millions of Americans about the law as the two-decade legal editor for Good Morning America. Arthur Miller has had a 60 year career like none other. What a thrill to spend an hour sitting in the storied law professor’s office discussing it.
Randy Spencer’s Open Mic
Walking, Texting And Falling Into A Fountain: Who’s Liable? Is It Covered?
Randy Spencer Appearing At Gotham Comedy Club In New York City
Philadelphia Unveils Its Insurance Coverage Statue
The Four Questions:
Why Is This Coverage Lawyer Different From All Other Coverage Lawyers?
Ron Schiller: From Behemoth To Boutique
I Kid You Not: New NBC Sitcom About An Insurance Adjuster
Still Flying Off The Shelf:
General Liability Insurance Coverage: Key Issues In Every State
Bad Faith Failure To Settle: When Insurer Must Initiate Settlement
Ten Amici Curiae: Clearly An Important Case
Supreme Court Says 31 States Have Exceptions To The “Four Corners” Rule For Duty To Defend
Noise Is “Property Damage” -- But Breaching Your Condo Rules Is Not An “Occurrence”
Cyber Claim: Insured Coughs Up Hacking Coverage
Independent Contractor Exclusion: Another Court Says Not So Fast
Ugh! Justice Delayed (Again): Are Insured’s Fees To Prosecute A Counter-Claim Covered?
Tapas: Small Dishes Of Insurance Coverage
· Pennsylvania Court Nixes Coverage For Construction Defect
· Court Holds That “Such Other Relief” Sought In Complaint Is “Damages” To Trigger Defense