The Best Lawyers in America named 10 BatesCarey attorneys “Best Lawyer” and designated three attorneys “Ones to Watch” for 2024 based on excellence in insurance law and other practice areas.
The firm and six partners were once again recognized by Chambers USA for their insurance and reinsurance work.
Robert J. Bates, Jr. and Adam Fleischer Honored in Who’s Who Legal 2023 Insurance & Reinsurance ReportMay 2023 | Category: News
Bob and Adam rank among only 46 attorneys in Illinois to earn this prestigious distinction.
Lindsey and co-author Christopher Morrison of Swiss Re discuss releases that may relieve a primary insurer’s obligations, but do not settle the claim.
Jonathan Walton to Discuss Trending D&O and Professional Liability Coverage Issues at ABA Insurance Industry ConferenceApril 2023 | Category: News
On a May 4 panel, Jonathan will detail key coverage topics for D&O and professional liability policies.
Florida’s New Bad Faith Law: Attorney Fee Shifting for Insureds Repealed in Most Cases, Duty of Good Faith Imposed on Claimants and Insureds, and Safe Harbors Provided to InsurersMarch 2023 | Category: Articles and Presentations
Florida’s new “tort reform” legislation (HB837) includes several important provisions for insurers related to bad faith liability and prevailing party attorney fees in some coverage disputes.
The event, which first began in 2018, brings together women from numerous industries to discuss issues and unique challenges women face in the workplace.
Adam H. Fleischer Named to 2023 Crain’s Chicago Business Notable Litigators and Trial Attorneys ListMarch 2023 | Category: News
Adam earned a spot on this prestigious list for his precedent-setting work on today’s most important industry issues.
Medicare and Medicaid Billing Errors Do Not Involve Professional Services Under Healthcare Professional Liability PoliciesFebruary 2023 | Category: Articles and Presentations
Applying Iowa law, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals held that a dispute over Medicare and Medicaid billing errors does not involve professional services as that term was defined under the healthcare professional liability policies. DeWall v. Med. Protective Co., 22-1952, 2023 WL 1790697 (8th Cir. February 7, 2023).
The Connecticut Supreme Court recently held that, under New York law, a marine insurance policy did not afford coverage for the lost value of the insured’s excess shoe inventory sustained as a result of its retail customers cancelling their orders due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Hartford Fire Ins. Co. v. Moda, LLC, SC 20678, 2023 WL 1087510 (Jan. 27, 2023).