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Viewpoint: 11th Circuit Holds No Obligation to Defend Against DOJ Antitrust Investigation

On July 23, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, in Crowley Maritime Corp. v. Nat’l Union Fire Ins. Co. of Pittsburgh, PA held that, because Crowley Maritime Corp. failed to provide timely notice of a claim, National …

The Cost of Subrogation Procrastination

Delays in Referring File to Subrogation Counsel Can Be Expensive In July 2017, we published a somewhat controversial article in the Claims Journal,Ten Subrogation Mistakes Insurance Companies Keep Making. Thirty-four years of subrogation litigation experience had distilled ten of the …

Oklahoma Owes $36 Million in Disaster Aid

Oklahoma has failed to pay $36 million expected by more than 600 local governments and others for help in cleaning up after disasters dating to 2007. The Tulsa World reported Sunday that the state emergency fund has not had any …

Republicans Propose Paying Back Wisconsin’s Malpractice Fund

Republican state lawmakers are circulating a bill that would tap more than a third of new tax revenue to repay money taken from a medical malpractice fund. The bill circulated for co-sponsors on Tuesday also eliminates the $30 million projected …