Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal

Spring/Summer 2017
Current Issue Volume 52:3

•Recurring Discovery Issues in Insurance Bad Faith Litigation - Douglas R. Richmond

•An Analytic “Gap”: The Perils of Relentless Enforcement of Payment-by-Underlying-Insurer-Only Language in Excess Insurance Policies - Jeffrey W. Stempel

•Defending the Indefensible: Navigating the Strategic and Ethical Landscape of Defending Clients Who Have Engaged in Indefensible Conduct - Michael S. Ross and Peter J. Biging

•Ethical Negotiations: How Far is Too Far? - Gregory T. Presmanes and Phillip C. Kuck

•Cracking the Medicare Secondary Payer Enigma Code - Barron F. Dickinson


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