Insuralex´s exclusive member in California writes about the notice-prejudice rule. August, 2019  By Andrew B. Downs When it comes to insurance coverage, one cue to the court’s feelings about an issue is whether it views that issue as a “technicality.” When that happens, good things rarely result. Another cue is when the case turns on an
In a case that ought to remind us that there are few limits to the creativity of the policyholder bar, and that if a course of action seems too cute, it probably is, the California District Court of Appeal used the Uniform Voidable Transactions Act to invalidate a policyholder’s release of extracontractual claims. Potter v.
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