Notes on Oral Argument Before the California Supreme Court on Applicability of the CLRA to "Insurance"

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This past Monday, the California Supreme Court heard oral argument on the issue of whether California's Consumer Legal Remedies Act (CLRA) applies to "insurance." As discussed in previous posts, the Fairbanks decision, when it was decided by the Second Appellate District in the fall of 2007, was a significant decision to the insurance industry in that it definitively settled the question of whether lawsuits could be brought against insurance companies under this body of statutory law.

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