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Duty To Defend Limited to Theories Pled In Complaint

In most states, including Michigan, the duty to defend is not limited to the four corners of the complaint and the insurer must look behind the allegations asserted against the insured to determine whether there is a...more

Gaming Legal News - March 22, 2013 • Volume 6, Number 7

In This Issue: - “NO MORE BETS”: ONTARIO COURT OF APPEAL DISMISSES “FLOATING BALL”1 CASE: “The process of removing a floating ball from the wheel, declaring a ‘nospin’, and rendering all bets void has no...more

Prompt Payment of An Appraisal Award Bars Bad Faith Per Austin U.S. District Court, Although Some Acts By An Insurer May Leave The...

The United States District Court for the Western District of Texas in Austin recently held that an insurer’s timely payment of an appraisal award bars the insured’s extra-contractual tort claims. Michels v. Safeco Ins. Co. of...more

Ninth Circuit Applies Securities Litigation Uniform Standards Act to Affirm Dismissal of Section 17200 Class Action Involving...

In Freeman Investments, LP v. Pacific Life Insurance Co., No. 09-55513, 2013 WL 11884 (9th Cir. Jan 2, 2013), the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held that the Securities Litigation Uniform Standards Act...more

Three Point Shot - January 2013

In This Issue: - Take Me Out To the Ball Game, But Keep Me Away From the Flying Hotdogs - Full Court Press Gets Young Women the Right to Play AND Be Cheered - Will Dorsett be able to “Heisman” SER Media?...more

Ninth Circuit: SLUSA Does Not Bar State Law Breach of Contract Claims

The Securities Litigation Uniform Standards Act of 1998 (“SLUSA”) is a federal law that bars state law securities class actions alleging misrepresentations or omissions related to the purchase or sale of certain covered...more

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