Recovering lost investor funds is complicated and uncertain. Defrauded investors and their trustees have led efforts to develop legal theories toward recovery from banks, financial advisors, and others.
Effective management requires careful policy drafting in light of project specifics to ensure that coverage expectations of both insureds and insurers can be met after a loss.
Three district courts have upheld PPACA and two have ruled that its individual mandate render the law unconstitutional. The Supreme Court will likely be the ultimate arbiter.
Injured parties claiming harm to property and business interests resulting from climate changes may face an obstacle when insurers rely on the “absolute” pollution exclusion to deny coverage for carbon dioxide claims.
Examining some of the 800 patents on animals issued by the USPTO since 1988, objectors focus on ethical and humane ramifications of the patenting and genetic engineering of animals.
Evolving federal and state rules on electronic discovery of electronically stored information are directly applicable to electronic health records.
500 million Facebook users and 200 million Twitterers are changing the very nature of privacy. As case law evolves, guidelines are helpful when pursuing discovery from social media sites.
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