Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal

Spring/Summer 2018
Current Issue Volume 53:3

•The Fate of Pro Rata Allocation in Long-Tail Claims Governed by New York Law in the Wake of Viking Pump: Hold a Viking Funeral or Pump the Brakes? - Joshua L. Blosveren and Andrew N. Bourne

•Attorney-Client Privilege and Work-Product Protection in Insurance Bad Faith Litigation - Jay M. Feinman

•Going Beyond the Four Corners to Deny a Defense: A Critique of Section 13(3) -Michael Menapace

•A Guide to Builder’s Risk Insurance - Michael A. Stover

•Beginning Is Easy, Continuing Is Hard: When Changed Terms in an Insurance Policy Renewal Constitute Breach of Contract - Angela Kennedy

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