Florida and 25 other states filed their opening brief in the Eleventh Circuit on Wednesday in a dispute over the federal health care overhaul, saying the law's individual mandate clause and its expansion of Medicaid exceeded Congress' constitutional authority.
Five of six former executives affiliated with Kansas-based Brooke Corp. settled the government’s claims that they engaged in a massive financial fraud that tumbled the insurance holding company's subsidiaries into bankruptcy, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said Wednesday.
The Third Circuit ruled Wednesday that a group of insurers can challenge asbestos claims provisions of Global Industries Technologies Inc.'s bankruptcy plan, a precedential move dissenting judges say improperly lowers the threshold for claiming injury in bankruptcy proceedings.
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., which was awarded a contract worth up to $1.9 billion to provide dental care to military families in January, intervened Wednesday in a U.S. Court of Federal Claims suit challenging the award.
American International Group Inc. must pay $86.7 million to a subsidiary of Belgium's KBC Group NV, an arbitration panel has said, finding that AIG broke a deal to provide KBC with coverage related to purchases of so-called life-settlements.
Axiom Insurance Managers Agency LLC stepped up its legal battle against a competing insurance company in the bar and restaurant industry with a lawsuit Tuesday in Illinois accusing the company of violating a settlement agreement through a disparaging email.
Blank Rome LLP said Tuesday that the former chair of Cozen O'Connor's life sciences practice group had joined the firm's Philadelphia office as vice chair of its life sciences team and partner in its product liability, mass torts and insurance group.
The Seventh Circuit on Tuesday asked an Illinois federal judge to revisit whether a 121-month sentence handed to Near North Insurance Brokerage Inc. fraudster Michael Segal included punishment for honest services fraud, and to shorten it if it did.
A New York appeals court judge ruled Tuesday that the state Insurance Department must comply with a November order that it participate in an email discovery process in a $5 billion suit over the restructuring of MBIA Inc.
Insurance holding company ProCentury Corp. on Tuesday dropped a suit in Michigan that sought to force Federal Insurance Co. to cover defense costs incurred during a securities investigation of ProCentury's financial statements.
A congressional body sought to intervene Monday to defend the Defense of Marriage Act in a proposed class action brought by California workers over tax provisions denying same-sex partners long-term care insurance.
An attorney for Travelers Property Casualty Co. of America told a New York judge Tuesday that the insurer shouldn't have to defend against nine lawsuits over popcorn lung because flavoring maker Kerry Inc. didn't acquire Travelers insurance policies in a 2002 acquisition.
The U.S. debtor affiliates of Vitro SAB de CV are separate entities and should not be sold together, an insurer that issued more than $100 million in surety bonds to the bankrupt Mexican glass manufacturer told a Texas bankruptcy court Monday.
Gateway Inc. moved for summary judgment Tuesday in its California federal court suit against Travelers Indemnity Co., saying the insurer improperly denied excess coverage for the defense of Gateway's executives during an investigation and lawsuit by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Insurers of New England’s largest public utility accused manufacturer The Babcock & Wilcox Co. in Connecticut on Monday of selling the utility defective tubing that caused more than $20 million in damage to a coal-fired power plant.
A California federal judge on Monday indicated she would not dismiss a putative class action alleging New York Life Insurance Co. improperly restricted claims by heirs of policyholders who died in Ottoman Empire genocides in the early 20th century.
A Missouri appeals court ruled Friday that a lower court erred when it allowed Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP to appeal the dismissal of one of its counterclaims in a $1 billion legal malpractice suit brought by the state insurance commissioner over the collapse of General American Life Insurance Co.
A New York state judge on Thursday threw out an airline pilots union’s breach of contract suit against UAL Corp., the holding company for United Air Lines Inc., seeking indemnification for a $44 million settlement the union paid to resolve a putative class action by its members.
CSA Nutraceuticals GP LLC argued in Texas on Monday that Chubb Custom Insurance Co. was obligated to defend it in a class action alleging that Shape Up! nutritional supplements, endorsed by TV's Dr. Phil, didn't help consumers lose weight as advertised.
The Ninth Circuit ruled Monday that the Class Action Fairness Act doesn't allow a party joined to an action as a counterclaim defendant to remove the case to federal court, affirming the remand of a student loan dispute with class counterclaims.