BatesCarey's Adam Fleischer and Elisabeth Ross discuss flaws in the particle theory of coverage for COVID-19 claims in Law360.
Paige Houin to Discuss Abating the Nuisance Driving Social Inflation During CLM 2021 Annual ConferenceJuly 2021 | Category: Articles and Presentations
BatesCarey associate Paige M. Houin will speak at the 2021 Claims and Litigation Management Alliance Annual Conference on August 12, 2021 at 2:00 PM about a variety of factors contributing to social inflation.
Illinois 6% Prejudgment Interest Law Taking Effect on July 1, 2021, With Protections Encouraging Defendants and Insurers to Make Early Settlement OffersJune 2021 | Category: News
David M. Alt and Andrew S. Chestnut discuss new Illinois legislation effective July 1, 2021, that will add 6% prejudgment interest to damages awards in personal injury lawsuits and arbitrations.
Kristi Nolley and Lindsey Dean Examine Kentucky Appeals Court Ruling Regarding the Notice-Prejudice Rule in Recent Law360 Expert AnalysisJune 2021 | Category: News
BatesCarey's Elise D. Allen and Joanna Gau Swartout discuss the Illinois Supreme Court's recent decision that an insurer owes a duty to defend a policyholder in a putative class action complaint alleging violations of Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act related to the collection of customers’ fingerprints at a L.A. Tan franchise in West Bend Mut. Ins. Co. v. Krishna Schaumburg Tan, Inc., 2021 IL 125978.
BatesCarey’s Kristi S. Nolley and Lindsey D. Dean address the recent Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals decision in Global Fitness Holdings, LLC v. Navigators Mgt. Co., Inc., et al., which held that a contractual liability exclusion in a directors and officers liability policy precluded coverage for claims sounding in both tort and contract.