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D&O Insurance: Company in Receivership, Insurer Can Advance Defense Expense, But Limits Exhausted?

An issue that frequently comes up when companies are in bankruptcy or in other forms of receivership is whether the companies’ D&O insurer can advance payment of individuals’ defense costs over the receiver’s objections. In a recent case, a Northern … Continue reading

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Connecticut Now Honors Advance Directives Even When the Patient Is Pregnant

Connecticut has dropped off the list of states that constrain the validity of advance directives when the patient is pregnant. On May 24, 2018, the Governor signed H.B. 5148. Under prior Connecticut law, a woman's health care wishes were automatically … Continue reading

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Advance Notice Bylaw Deadlines: A Warning Shot

Posted by Shaun J. Mathew and Daniel E. Wolf, Kirkland & Ellis LLP, on Saturday, May 26, 2018 Editor's Note: Shaun J. Mathew and Daniel E. Wolf are partners at Kirkland & Ellis LLP. This post is based on a Kirkland & Ellis … Continue reading

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FDA Announces Plans to Improve Safety and Advance Innovation of Medical Devices

On April 17, 2018, FDA announced its plan to launch the Medical Device Safety Action Plan: Protecting Patients, Promoting Public Health (Action Plan), which aims to support and advance innovation in medical devices while also assuring the safety of the … Continue reading

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Take a Survey to Advance the Store of Knowledge

by Michael DorfA team of researchers from Stony Brook University have asked me to help them study the role that emotion plays in politics. I have completed the survey myself, and it only took me about ten minutes. The survey … Continue reading

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