Is Media Coverage Good for Subrogation?
The world is watching live updates of the destruction, as flames take over the Norte Dame Cathedral fire in Paris, France. Not every building fire or water loss captures... MORE >
N.Y. Court of Appeals: No Difference Between “Private” and “Public” Posts in Discovery
A 2018 N.Y. Court of Appeals case has shed light on the limitations of privacy settings on social media accounts. Previously, a user might have thought that marking a post... MORE >
Oregon Court Orders Teen to Repay $37M for Starting Wildfire
In September 2017, a 15-year-old threw two fireworks into Oregon’s Eagle Creek Canyon, sparking a huge wildfire that destroyed several homes and impacted tourism in the... MORE >