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  • October 18, 2018

    Wausau Not Off Hook For $8.7M Car Crash Injury Award

    A Michigan federal judge has denied Wausau Underwriters Insurance Co.'s bid to avoid paying an $8.7 million damage award against one of its policyholders, ruling there are issues of fact about whether the insurer acted in bad faith when the insured was sued over a car crash.

  • October 18, 2018

    BCBS Shielded By Old Deals In Antitrust MDL, Judge Rules

    Blue Cross Blue Shield insurers facing long-running multidistrict litigation over an alleged conspiracy to divvy up the market are protected by prior settlement agreements that free them from the claims, even though they never signed the deals, an Alabama federal judge ruled Wednesday.

  • October 17, 2018

    Marine Surveyor Can't Escape $500M Chevron Rig Suit

    A Texas federal judge on Tuesday held that marine surveyor American Global Maritime Inc. must face negligence claims asserted by insurance underwriters seeking to hold it liable for $500 million in losses from the failure of an offshore oil rig built for Chevron, while tossing other claims against the surveyor and dismissing its foreign affiliates from the suit.

  • October 17, 2018

    United Healthcare Sued For 'Arbitrary' Therapy Payment Policy

    A proposed class of American workers who received psychotherapy through their employers’ health care plans sued United Healthcare Insurance Co. and United Behavioral Health in California federal court Tuesday, accusing them of flouting the Employee Retirement Income Security Act by imposing unfair reimbursement limits on psychotherapy services.

  • October 17, 2018

    Calif. Firm Accused Of Cornering Landowner Into Bad Deal

    A small California law firm is facing allegations that it tricked a property owner into settling a lawsuit over construction defects for less than it was worth, potentially costing the landowner more than $10 million.

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