Bad Faith Third-Party

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Reservation of Rights Letters Help Avoid Prejudice in the Third Party Context

When discussing bad faith in the third party context, most of the discussion properly centers on the duty to settle a claim. However, other actions taken by a policyholder and carrier can have an impact. The recent case of...more

Retail and Consumer Products Law Roundup - February 2016

Be Still, My Heart: New Suit Says Fitbits Fail to Track Heartbeats as Promised - Why it matters - Fitbit has been hit with another consumer class action asserting false advertising claims, this time alleging that...more

No Bad Faith Recovery Unless Insured Demonstrates Acts Were A Producing Cause Of Damages

A jury found that Mid-Continent committed five separate violations of the Texas Insurance Code and awarded $2 million to the insured as compensation for the amount it paid to settle third-party claims. The trial court,...more

Finding Bad Faith in Kentucky Requires Evidence of Outrageous Conduct By Insurer

In its recent decision in Powell v. Cherokee Insurance Company, Case No.: 5:09-CV-00205, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Kentucky reaffirmed that in a third-party bad faith lawsuit alleging failure to...more

When NJ Banks Are Liable For 3rd-Party Fiduciary Breach

Originally published in Law360, New York on January 29, 2013. Banks, broker/dealers and other financial institutions often are the subject of claims by noncustomer investors, businesses, and estate and trust...more

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