Inflatables—Don’t Get Bounced!
Parents of young children know the birthday party appeal of inflatables like bounce houses, slides, trampolines, and moonwalks. But it’s no picnic to learn
Beware a Jurisdictional Pitfall: Federal Diversity Jurisdiction and Limited Liability Companies
Our Constitution vests federal district courts with limited subject matter jurisdiction to adjudicate cases and controversies.1 Unless the Constitution or
How Can the Schedule of Locations Affect Your Claim?
A ‘schedule of location’ lists property locations where insured assets are located. A homeowner’s policy will list the house, possibly an additional struct
Chocolatier Gets Sweet Revenge on Chubb
In a Second Circuit decision, the court of appeals revived Madelaine Chocolate Novelties Inc.’s Superstorm Sandy claim against Chubb for property damage an
Colorado Supreme Court Clarifies Bad Faith Standard
A recent Colorado Supreme Court opinion in Schultz v. GEICO Casualty Company, clarifies the standard for bad faith in Colorado. In the opinion, the court d
Jimmy Patronis Takes Campaign Contributions From Insurance Companies A Judge Shut Down on Friday
Does the Florida DFS and Jimmy Patronis know what is going on with insurance or is he corrupt? It has to be one way or another with the story about his cam