Filed-Rate Doctrine

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7th Circuit Affirms FERC Finding That Wind Generators Are Responsible for Corrected Costs

On August 19, 2015, the United States Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit denied two wind generators’ (“Generators”) petitions for review of various Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) orders assigning the corrected...more

Filed Rate Doctrine Addressed in Recent Second Circuit Decision

The filed rate doctrine can often provide a strong defense to an insurer in a class action claiming that insurance premiums were too high for some reason. A recent Second Circuit decision applied the doctrine broadly. This...more

BuckleySandler Secures Second Circuit Victory in Lender-Placed Insurance Rate Case

On July 22, BuckleySandler secured a substantial victory before the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Representing a global insurance company in a nationwide lender-placed insurance (“LPI”) class action...more

Insurance Filed Rate Defense Wins Over the Second Circuit

In a noteworthy embrace of the filed rate doctrine, the Second Circuit recently ruled, in the context of a challenge to so-called lender-placed or “force placed” insurance, that a regulator-approved rate is subject to the...more

Class Action Disgorgement Case Dismissed Against PG&E as Remedy Sought Would Interfere with Filed Rates

Companies in regulated markets, such as insurance and energy, are increasing litigating issues surrounding the “filed rate doctrine,” or in other words, whether they can be sued in a class action where the remedy sought...more

Class Action Quarterly - Winter 2013, Volume 2, Issue 1

In This Issue: - Is the Ascertainability “Requirement” Plaintiffs’ New Foe? - Whirlpool and Butler: Liability-Only Classes in a Post-Comcast World - Recent Cases of Note - Excerpt from Is the Ascertainability...more

Fifth Circuit Ruling Relies on Filed Rate Doctrine to Dismiss Claims Against Natural Gas Company

In July 2013, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit issued a ruling in which it relied upon the filed rate doctrine to dismiss a claim against a federally regulated natural gas company. In Medco Energi US, LLC v. Sea...more

Ongoing Tension Between Filed-Rate And State Doctrines

In a Sept. 13, 2012 Competition Law 360 article, we discussed the Third Circuit’s opinion in McCray v. Fid. Nat’l Title Ins. Co., in which the Third Circuit applied the filed-rate doctrine to title insurers’ rate filings with...more

Insurance Antitrust Legal News - May 2013 • Volume 2, Number 3

In This Issue: - STATE EFFORTS TO RESTRICT HEALTH INSURER USE OF “MOST FAVORED NATION” CLAUSES IN PROVIDER CONTRACTS CONTINUE TO MULTIPLY: Over the last several years, several states have considered legislation...more

Washington Energy Update - October/November 2012

In This Issue: - When Energy and Antitrust Worlds Collide — Sixth Circuit Rules That Filed-Rate Doctrine Did Not Bar Price Discrimination Claim Against Electric Utility - California Cap-and-Trade Scheme -...more

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