BatesCarey’s Jordon S. Steinway shared insights with 30 claims adjusters on commercial auto claims and best practices for drafting reservation of rights letters.
BatesCarey's Adam Fleischer, John Husmann and Joanna Swartout recently obtained summary judgment for Rockhill Insurance Company in the District Court of Nevada where another insurer had sued Rockhill for not appropriately settling a mold remediation claim, and sought over $3 million in bad faith damages.
David M. Alt, Robert J. Bates, Jr., David F. Cutter, Adam H. Fleischer and Mark G. Sheridan have been selected as Best Lawyers.
BatesCarey’s David J. Buishas moderated a panel of railroad industry professionals at the 26th Annual Railroad Liability Seminar in Essex, Vermont on July 10-12, 2019.
BatesCarey announced today the addition of David F. Cutter who brings his strong litigation background to the firm’s insurance coverage practice.
BatesCarey is delighted to announce the addition of Lindsey D. Dean, Emily R. Tripicchio and Sarah M. Kitlinski to the firm’s insurance coverage practice.
Abigail E. Rocap and Michael T. Skoglund achieved a victory in Doe v. Citizens Ins. Co. of Ill., a coverage action that was pending in the United States District Court of the Northern District of Illinois.
Agelo L. Reppas and Justin K. Seigler achieved a victory on behalf of their client in Schnabel Foundation Co. v. National Union Fire Ins. Co of Pittsburg, PA, a coverage action pending in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals against a construction subcontractor whose faulty excavation work caused soil to shift, resulting in county authorities issuing a stop-work order.
The creation of a “negotiating class” to settle thousands of the nation’s opioid lawsuits may have far reaching implications for tort defendants and their insurers. Adam H. Fleischer, Chair of BatesCarey’s Opioid Coverage Task Force, examines these issues in his latest Law360 Expert Analysis.
BatesCarey is pleased to announce that Ommid C. Farashahi and Adam H. Fleischer have been named to Crain’s Chicago Business as 2019 Notable Gen X Leaders in Law.