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You’ve Got a Friend in Me: How ‘Friends of the Court’ Can Shape the Law for Insurers and Others

We can all think of times when a dispute, injury, or harm did not directly involve us, yet ended up impacting us in some way. Perhaps it was the kid who kicked the soccer ball over the fence and hit …

Supreme Court Backs Companies in EEOC Clash

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday buoyed companies facing the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission over potential accusations of discrimination. In a unanimous ruling, the justices said courts have the power to enforce the statutory requirement that the EEOC try to …

Replacement Costs Battle on the Road to Somewhere

Steve Young was somewhat upbeat when he was asked what he thought about the outcome of a long-brewing legal battle between three insurance associations and the California Department of Insurance. That upbeat attitude is because a court of appeals accepted …