After the pandemic, one can reasonably expect much litigation as parties endeavor to allocate legal responsibility for unprecedented circumstances. Careful preparation now is critical to maximizing results in the litigation aftermath.
In December 2018, the Nevada Supreme Court held that the consequential damages for which an insurer may be liable when it breaches the duty to defend are not constrained by the insurance policy’s limit of liability.
A decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit reaffirms the principle that a professional – in that case an attorney – who engages in alleged overbilling of fees cannot expect his professional liability insurer to pick up…
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