In the most recent update from the BatesCarey COVID-19 team, Adam H. Fleischer and Matthew P. Fortin summarize recent rulings which expose flaws in COVID-19 business interruption claims.
BatesCarey is proud to announce nine attorneys have been named in the 2021 lists of The Best Lawyers in America and Best Lawyers’ new recognition Ones to Watch.
Adam H. Fleischer examines JPML arguments for and against consolidation of all federal COVID-19 business interruption claims.
Kristi S. Nolley and Lindsey D. Dean discuss the impact of two recent construction defect coverage decisions.
Adam H. Fleischer joins the preeminent American College of Coverage Counsel as a Fellow.
Firm Hiring Partner David M. Alt shared his experience hiring Matthew P. Fortin and Paula K. Villela exclusively through Zoom earlier this year.
Robert J. Bates, Jr. and Adam H. Fleischer were once again named Who’s Who Legal Thought Leaders in this prestigious annual ranking. Bates was also one of six North American attorneys ranked as a Global Elite Thought Leader.
COVID-19 business interruption lawsuits have sought class certification for quick and one-size-fits-all coverage rulings.
David F. Cutter, Ryan M. Henderson, Le G. Trieu, Emily R. Tripicchio and Sarah M. Kitlinski secure significant wins for two insurance companies in the span of a month.
Patrick Bedell and Allyson Spacht Analyze Insurance Implications for Opioid Public Nuisance Lawsuits in Law360April 2020 | Category: Articles and Presentations
Opioid bellwether lawsuits are asserting claims for public nuisance and conspiracy that push the bounds of tort liability. R. Patrick Bedell and Allyson C. Spacht evaluate whether liability insurance applies to these novel claims.