Kentucky Joins the Majority of States Holding that the Notice-Prejudice Rule Does Not Apply to Claims-Made-and-Reported PoliciesMarch 2021 | Category: News
BatesCarey congratulates its 11 Leading and Emerging Lawyers honored in 2021.
Paige Houin to Address Public Nuisance Claims and Risks to Insurers at the CLM 2021 Annual ConferenceFebruary 2021 | Category: Articles and Presentations
BatesCarey is pleased to announce that Paige Houin will present "Opioids, COVID-19, and Beyond: How to Abate the Nuisance Driving Social Inflation" at the 2021 CLM Annual Conference in Atlanta from June 6-18, 2021.
BatesCarey Associate Lindsey D. Dean analyzes COVID-19 business interruption claims and the difference in reasoning between the decisions in stateside versus overseas cases.
David M. Alt and Andrew S. Chestnut discuss a bill expected to be signed by Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker that would add prejudgment interest to damages awards in personal injury lawsuits and arbitrations.
New York Court Rules that Capacity Issues Result in No Coverage for Securities Settlements Under D&O ProgramFebruary 2021 | Category: News, Recent Successes
A New York Supreme Court granted summary judgment for BatesCarey client Continental Casualty Company, finding that no coverage was owed for the $250 million sought by the insureds under a D&O program issued to AR Capital, LLC.
BatesCarey is pleased to announce five new additions to the Illinois Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists, totaling 15 named attorneys in 2021.
BatesCarey COVID-19 team members Adam H. Fleischer and Matthew P. Fortin summarize recent cases dismissing COVID-19 business interruption claims.
BatesCarey LLP is pleased to announce that Mark Deptula and Gustavo Otalvora have been elected as Partners, and Joanna Gau Swartout and Kelli Biggam Fleming have been elevated to Special Counsel effective January 1, 2021.