BatesCarey is pleased to announce that 12 attorneys have been named to the 2019 Illinois Leading Lawyers list.
A Connecticut judge recently dismissed lawsuits filed by thirty-seven cities seeking to recover economic losses allegedly arising from the opioid epidemic, calling efforts to determine which of twenty-five pharmaceutical defendants caused the cities’ losses “junk justice.” R. Patrick Bedell and Kevin F. Harris of BatesCarey’s Opioid Coverage Task Force analyze this notable...
Adam Fleischer shares latest legal developments in the opioid epidemic and the impact of the recent City of New Haven ruling at the Gen Re Executive Forum this week in Marco Island, Fla.
BatesCarey LLP is pleased to announce that Adrian T. Rohrer has been elected to partnership, effective January 1, 2019.
Mickey Passman Discusses Recent Case Law on Statute of Limitations Clock for Claims Against Insurance ProducersDecember 2018 | Category: Articles and Presentations, News
In his November 2018 Insurance Law IICLE Flashpoints column, Michael “Mickey” Passman examines how the Illinois Supreme Court’s recent ruling in American Family Mutual Insurance Co. v. Krop applied the two-year statute of limitation claims against insurance producers.
On November 1, 2018, the women of BatesCarey and insurance professionals throughout Chicago gathered at Swift & Sons for the first annual Tea Talk: Women Empowering Women to network, enjoy the company of colleagues and discuss emerging workplace trends in the context of insurance coverage.
BatesCarey is pleased to announce that it has been recognized among the “Best Law Firms” in the country by global ranking authority U.S. News & World Report for the fifth consecutive year.
Mickey Passman Assesses Recent Case Law Highlighting Value of "Catch All" Reservation of Rights in Insurers’ Coverage CorrespondenceOctober 2018 | Category: Articles and Presentations, News
Michael “Mickey” Passman examines an Illinois federal judge’s recent ruling in a coverage dispute case, Tracy Holdings LLC v. West Bend Insurance Co., in his October 2018 Insurance Law IICLE Flashpoints column. At issue was the value of insurers’ use of “catch all” reservation of rights statements in denial letters, particularly in avoiding application of “mend the hold” and waiver doctrines under Illinois law in ensuing litigation.
In this feature titled Outside the Courts from the October 2018 CLM Magazine, Adam H. Fleischer examines whether the solutions to America’s opioid crisis will come from the courts, the insurers or broader societal changes.
Jordon Steinway has been selected as one of the 2018 “40 Under Forty” Illinois attorneys to watch by Law Bulletin Media.