Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal

Fall 2016
Current Issue Volume 52:1

Liability Insurance & the Duty to Pay Defence Expenses Versus the Duty to Defend
Douglas R. Richmond

The Opt-Out of Workers' Compensation Legislation: A Critical Briefing & the Vasquez v. Dillard's Case (2016)
David B. Torrey

The Japanese Earthquate and Tsunami of 2011 & Contingent Business Interruption Coverage
Erica J. Dominitz and Daniel R. Bentson

Transfer of Insurance Rights under Liability Policies as the Result of the Sale of a Business (Revisited)
Joseph Thacker, Andrew Miller, Stephen Brown, and Seymour Nayer

"So Sue Me!": The Intersection of Notice and Opportunity to Repair Statues and a CGL Carrier's Duty to Defend, Why Courts Likely Will Continue to Find the Duty to Defend Triggered, and Why Carriers May Not Need to be Concerned About This Development
F. Elliotte Quinn IV

Robins Dry Dock: A Time Charterer's Dilemma
Anthony Larson

The O.W. Bankruptcy and the Resulting Legal Issues
Ifigeneia Xanthopoulou

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