Fidelity & Surety Digest Home

Last Updated on Tuesday, July 27, 2010 11:43 AM


Fidelity & Surety Digest

Fidelity & Surety Digest is published quarterly by the American Bar Association Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section’s Fidelity & Surety Law Committee. Download the most recent issue of the Fidelity & Surety Digest

ABOUT Fidelity & Surety Digest

Fidelity & Surety Digest  (ISSN: 0747-6582), published quarterly, is a publication of the American Bar Association Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section's Fidelity & Surety Law Committee.

Fidelity & Surety Digest contains case summaries and reviews in fidelity and surety law for professionals and lawyers involved in this area.

ISSN: 0747-6582      8½ x 11       16 pages/issue       Circulation: 1,400

Fidelity & Surety Digest is a quarterly publication containing digest summaries of all published and unpublished ( Westlaw) cases. In continuous circulation since 1963, FSD is prepared under an agreement with The Surety & Fidelity Association of America and delivered electronically to all FSLC members as a benefit of membership.

The Fidelity & Surety Digest Editorial Board is as follows:

Dennis J. Bartlett., Editor-in-Chief, Denver, Colorado

David A. Pines, Assistant Editor-in-Chief, Woodland Hills, California

Andy J. Chambers, Phoenix, Arizona

Lisa W. Coulter, Columbus, Ohio

James D. Ferrucci, West Orange, New Jersey

Amy L. Fischer, West Palm Beach, Florida

Ralph J. Kooy, Chicago, Illinois

Timothy E. Markey, Monmouth Junction, New Jersey

Mark A. Ooertel, Los Angeles, California

John M. Kraft, Chicago, Illinois

C. Allan Reeve, Rochester, New York

John W. Rourke, St. Louis, Missouri

Frank J. Tanzola, Newark, New Jersey

Patricia Wager, Jericho, New York

Christopher Ward, Dallas, Texas

Miller Williams, Orlando, Florida

Top of Page


Fidelity & Surety Digest does not accept articles or submissions.

Top of Page


Fidelity & Surety Digest is an electronic publication produced by the ABA Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section's Fidelity & Surety Law Committee. To receive this periodical you must be a member of the committee. Each time a new issue is produced, you will receive an E-mail with a link which will give you access to that issue with no log-in for one month. It will also be posted in the FS Digest area of the FSLC website, in a member restricted area, which requires a log-in and password. The current issue and (eventually) a complete set of back issues will be posted and you will be able to access any issue at any time along with a searchable database of the entire collection.


For more information about the TIPS Section or to become a member, click on one of the following:

Top of Page


Information on requesting reprint permission is available from the ABA Reprint Permission website.

Requests to reproduce portions of this periodical should be addressed in writing or e-mail to:

Manager, Copyrights & Licensing
American Bar Association
321 N. Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60610
voice: (312) 988-6102
FAX: (312) 988-6030

To apply for reprint permission online, please go to our online form and provide the information requested.

Top of Page


Fidelity & Surety Digest does not accept advertising.

Top of Page

Back to TIPS Homepage

For enrollment in a committee of the Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section. NOTE: If you are already a Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section member, you may join up to three (3) committees at no additional cost. However, if you are not a Section member, you must join the Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section first. If you have any questions regarding participation in TIPS Committees contact our Membership Specialist Linda Wiley or call 312/988-5673.

The materials at this site, including the links to other Web sites, have been provided by the Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section of the American Bar Association for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice, the practice of law, or the endorsement of the content provided by any linked site. Use of this site does not create or constitute, in any way, an attorney-client relationship between the ABA, TIPS, their entities, or any individual members and the viewer of this site. Neither does the ABA, TIPS, their entities, nor any of their members assume any responsibility for any misinterpretation or misapplication of the information contained on this site by the viewer, or of the content of any Web sites linked to this site. Points of view or opinions at this site do not necessarily represent the official policies or positions of the ABA, TIPS, or any of its entities or members. Users of this site should not act upon any information received without seeking the advice of professional legal counsel