Born out of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, on November 26, 2002, President George W. Bush signed into law the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (“TRIA”). Originally set to expire on December 31, 2005, Congress twice...more
As the mid-point of 2014 fades into the rearview mirror, it is clear that wage and hour claims continue to be a hotbed of litigation impacting large and small companies across industries. In turn the protection those...more
A chance to win one billion dollars. Quicken Loans and Berkshire Hathaway recently announced that they are teaming up to award one billion dollars to be shared by persons who correctly predict the winners of every game in...more
Given a dramatic increase in both the number of wage and hour lawsuits and the average cost to employers to resolve one — $4.5 million — a little prevention could be worth at least a pound of cure in this area, Kami Quinn and...more
Can an injured plaintiff obtain compensation from a dissolved company with unexhausted insurance policies and force the insurer to pay? The Delaware Supreme Court says yes—in certain circumstances.
Wage and hour lawsuits continue to rise and it is clear that they are here to stay. See, e.g., Andrew Ramonas, US Chamber Warns: Wage-and-Hour Litigation on the Rise, Corporate Counsel (October 23, 2013) (noting that...more
In our August 1, 2012 blog entry titled “Insurance Coverage for Wage and Hour Litigation Claims,” we discussed the recent surge in wage and hour litigation and the potential for insurance coverage related to wage and hour...more