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New Jersey Considers COVID-19 Legislation Compelling Insurers to Pay Business Interruption Coverage Due to Coronavirus
Jersey recently introduced Assembly Bill 3844, which would require insurers to
provide business interruption coverage to companies with less than 100 eligible
employees, defined as those who work at least 25 hours a week,
Clausen Miller’s First-Party Property COVID-19 Task Force
As COVID-19 continues to impact all corners of the globe, we are not simply throwing together blurbs for Twitter, but rather carefully listening to the needs of our clients who are already facing insurance claims arising out of the Coronavirus.
Robert Stern to Present Fire Scene Preservation and Subrogation Webinar with Envista Forensics
Robert Stern will be co-presenting a continuing education
approved webinar entitled “Fire Scene Preservation and Subrogation” on Friday,
February 28 at 1:00 PM Central Standard Time.
This course is
designed for insurance and legal professionals on matters involving scene
Clausen Miller Announces the Retirement of Thomas Ryerson, Jack Hynes, and Andy Jacobson
We would like to send our warmest congratulations to three Clausen Miller partners on their recent retirement from the Firm.
- Thomas Ryerson (43 years)
- Jack Hynes (34 years)
- Andy Jacobson (23 years)
Thank you for your years of service and the invaluable
contributions you have made to the Firm.
East Coast CM Report of Recent Decisions – 2019 Volume 2
The Fine Line Between The Duty To Defend And The Duty To Indemnify
The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit affirmed a May 22, 2018, decision and order of the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut that found the language of an indemnity provision in a contract did not obligate United Illuminating Company (“United”) to indemnify Metro North Transportation Authority and Metro-North Commuter Railroad Company (collectively “Metro- North”) for the cost of defending against a personal injury suit because the intent of the language was to provide indemnification only for injuries actually caused by Metro- North.
East Coast CM Report of Recent Decisions – 2019 Volume 1
Coverage For Contaminated Milk? Arguments On Appeal Are Spoiled When Not Raised At Trial
In a contested coverage and contribution lawsuit brought by an insured’s general liability (“GL”) carrier against the insured’s auto liability carrier,
East Coast CM Report of Recent Decisions – 2018 Volume 4
Custom Endorsement Limiting Liability For A Sewer Backup Enforced In Favor Of Insurer
A New Jersey Appellate Court found policy language limiting liability for a sewer backup to $25,000 was unambiguous and affirmed the Law Division’s grant of summary judgment to the insurer,
East Coast CM Report of Recent Decisions – 2018 Vol. 3
Defending A Claim For Attorney’s Fees In Bad Faith Actions: Third Circuit Court Of Appeals Affirms Decision To Deny Outrageously Excessive Claim For Attorney’s Fees
In a contested Bad Faith lawsuit brought by the named insureds against their insurance carrier,
Clausen Miller Partners Courtney Murphy, Jacob Zissu and Eric Krejci Obtain Jury Verdict in Favor of Insurer, Dismissing Multi-Million Dollar First Party Property Damage Claim
Clausen Miller partners Courtney Murphy, Jacob Zissu and Eric Krejci recently obtained a jury verdict in favor of a major property insurer, dismissing an insured’s multi-million dollar first party property claim stemming from water loss and damage sustained to its vacant building located in Detroit,
East Coast CM Report of Recent Decisions – 2018 Vol. 2
Florida Appellate Court Expands Insureds’ Ability To Sue For Bad Faith
A Florida Appellate Court ruled that homeowners can pursue a bad faith claim against their property insurer even absent a favorable coverage ruling because the insurer’s tender of policy limits constituted a determination as to liability and damages.