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Subrogation & Recovery Product Recall Bulletin

September 29, 2021

Publication -- Subrogation & Recovery

This bulletin discusses news concerning recent recalls, repetitive failures, and alerts from July 2021. MORE


Subrogation Notification to Insureds 2021 [Jurisdictions Comparative Chart]

June 24, 2021

Publication -- Subrogation & Recovery

Subrogation Notification to Insureds - Jurisdictions Comparative Chart MORE


Limitations of Time and Notice Requirements for Commencement of Actions [Jurisdictions Comparative Chart]

June 17, 2021

Publication -- Subrogation & Recovery -- Insurance

Limitations of Time and Notice Requirements for Commencement of Actions - Jurisdictions Comparative Chart - Limitations of Time and Notice Requirements for Commencement of Actions MORE


An Expert Under “Daubert” Does Not Need Specific Experience with the Product at Issue [Alert]

May 26, 2021

Publication -- Subrogation & Recovery

Joe Rich discusses the 11th Circuit's decision in Moore v. Intuitive Surgical Inc. MORE


The Ultimate Sanction: Dismissal as a Spoliation Remedy [Alert]

May 19, 2021

Publication -- Subrogation & Recovery

Richard Maleski discusses the decision in Nautilus Insurance Co. v. Appalachian Power Co. MORE


The Sixth Circuit Tackles Twombly, Iqbal And The Malfunction Theory [Alert]

April 29, 2021

Publication -- Subrogation & Recovery

Dan Harrington discusses the Sixth Circuit's decision in Genaw v. Garage Equipment Supply Co., and how it may impact products liability filings going forward. MORE


February 2021 Deep Freeze [Subrogation Whitepaper]

February 24, 2021

Publication -- Subrogation & Recovery

Stephen Halbeisen, Suzanne Radcliff, and David Margulis authored a whitepaper analyzing subrogation opportunities for the February, 2021 deep freeze events in Texas and other South Central states. MORE


Florida Supreme Court Signals Major Shift in Summary Judgment Standard

January 25, 2021

Publication -- Subrogation & Recovery

Richard Maleski discusses the new standard to bring Florida in line with the federal courts and majority of states MORE


Hurricane Harvey Litigation Update: Conflicting Opinions Spur Trial on Damages and Appeal [Alert]

January 11, 2021

Publication -- Subrogation & Recovery

Jason Schulze, Stephen Halbeisen, Jake Skaggs Elliott Feldman and Kevin Hughes discuss the status of the itigation arising out of Hurricane Harvey, which made landfall in Houston on August 25, 2017, MORE


Collisions and Allisions 101 Webinar

December 3, 2020

Publication -- Subrogation & Recovery

This webinar covered the distinct issues that arise in both collisions and allisions covered under marine insurance policies. MORE


Product[ive] Subro Claims Webinar

November 5, 2020

Publication -- Subrogation & Recovery

This webinar discussed different types of product liability claims, including theories, defenses, and ways to investigate the claim. MORE


Personal Jurisdiction: Updates on the New and Evolving Landscape Webinar

October 30, 2020

Publication -- Subrogation & Recovery

Dan Harrington, Mark Mullen, and Chris Boyle presented a webinar titled, "Personal Jurisdiction: Updates on the New and Evolving Landscape." MORE


Aggravation Time is Not Money in Florida [Alert]

September 29, 2020

Publication -- Subrogation & Recovery

Joe Rich and Rick Maleski discuss the 4th District Court of Appeals in Florida's decision in P&G Trucking of Brandon, Inc., et. al. v. Riverland Hedging & Topping, Inc. et. al. MORE


Subrogation Arising from Commercial Kitchen Fire Losses Webinar

September 24, 2020

Publication -- Subrogation & Recovery

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Property Owners Owe Duty of Reasonable Care to Neighbors in Maryland if Circumstances Creates Hazard [Alert]

July 29, 2020

Publication -- Subrogation & Recovery

Mark Mullen and Larry Walker discuss the Maryland Court of Special Appeals upholding the intermediate appellate court’s decision that a property owner owes a duty of care to the owners and occupants of neighboring properties to use and maintain that property in a reasonably safe manner so as to avoid harm to neighboring properties. MORE

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