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Michigan Appellate Court Rejects Insurer’s Late Notice Defenses

Regular readers know that I frequently write about insurance coverage disputes in which insurers contend that coverage is precluded due to the policyholders’ alleged late provision of notice. All too often, the policyholders end up without coverage as a result … Continue reading

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The mobility revolution may be here – is it too late?

Bloomberg BusinessWeek – This is what peak car looks like [see also the movement called peak oil]: “The automobile — once both a badge of success and the most convenient conveyance between points A and B — is falling out … Continue reading

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Late Notice Precludes Coverage for False Claims Act Settlement

When most people think of liability insurance, they think about the insurer’s payment obligations. But policyholders have obligations under liability insurance policies, too. Among the most important policyholder obligation is the requirement to provide timely notice of claim. The failure … Continue reading

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Too Late for This Legal Malpractice Case

Sclafani v Kahn  2019 NY Slip Op 01115  Decided on February 13, 2019 is an example of how the  Appellate Division, Second Department decides statute of limitation / continuous representation cases.  This legal malpractice claim arises from a loan closing where security … Continue reading

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Never too late: If you missed the IPKat posts last week!

NEWS NEWS NEWS The 212th edition of Never Too Late is out!CopyrightIn A 12th centuty tale of an orphan work (it’s all about the teeth), Kat Neil J. Wilkof reports on the fascinating inquiry into the author of orphan works in … Continue reading

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