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Policyholders with Long-Tail Claims Under Liberty Mutual Policies Should Be Prepared for 'Sea Change' in Claims Handling After...

On July 17, 2014, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company announced that it had entered into a multi-billion-dollar “retroactive reinsurance” arrangement with National Indemnity Company (“NICO”), a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway,...more

Liberty Mutual Achieves Total Knockout of Progressive Patents in Series of Post-Grant CBM Proceedings

A recent dispute involving major automobile insurance companies resulted in the invalidation of five patents through the initiation of post-grant Covered Business Method Patent Review proceedings. The dispute demonstrates...more

On Second Thought, We Were Right the First Time

Recent Board decisions denying rehearing: Liberty Mutual Insurance Company v. Progressive Casualty Insurance Company, CBM2012-00003, Paper 85 (April 1, 2014) Callidus Software Inc. v. Versata Development Group,...more

PTAB Reluctant to Exclude Evidence - Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. v. Progressive Casualty Insurance Co.

In the final written decisions of two related covered business method (CBM) patent reviews of the same patent, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s (PTO) Patent Trial and Appeal Board (Board) sided with the petitioner,...more

Reinsurer’s Petition To Compel Arbitration Stayed Where Cedent Claims Issue Is Already Pending In State Court

A federal district court has stayed a case where Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company petitioned to compel arbitration of a dispute that its cedent Liberty Mutual Insurance Company claims was already adjudicated by an...more

Covered Business Method Review Is All or Nothing - Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. v. Progressive Casualty Insurance Co.

In the final written decision of the second covered business method (CBM) patent review, the Patent Trial and Appeals Board (PTAB) cancelled all claims under review, noting that instituting a CBM review based on a...more

California Court of Appeal Opens Doors for Construction Defect Claims Outside of the Right to Repair Act [Video]

Valentine S. Hoy and Timothy M. Hutter discuss a recent California Court of Appeal ruling that found SB800 (Civil Code sections 895 through 945.5, the "Right to Repair Act") is not the only remedy for construction defect...more

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