NJ Judges Consider Expediting Sandy Flood Litigation

Law360, New York (March 6, 2014, 10:28 PM EST) -- A committee of New Jersey federal judges convened Thursday to accept feedback from attorneys representing insurers and insured to discuss the best method of managing more than 600 flood cases filed by victims of Superstorm Sandy, with attorneys split on the best way of hastening the process. 

New Jersey’s Superstorm Sandy Flood Litigation Committee called a public meeting in Trenton, N.J.’s Clarkson S. Fisher federal courthouse to solicit ideas about how best to manage hundreds of insurance suits stemming from the unprecedented storm, a move to...
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