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Contribution of Joint Tortfeasors and Its Potential Effects Upon Case Resolution: (June Litigation Quarterly 2008)

June 1, 2008
Just When You Think You’re Out, They Pull You Back InA key concern in the resolution of any claim, whether prior or subsequent to the initiation of actual litigation, is[...]

Fraud on the Courts: (June Litigation Quarterly 2008)

June 1, 2008
When it Rises to the Level of Egregiousness Necessary to Warrant Dismissal Trial courts have inherent authority to dismiss lawsuits when one of the parties perpetrates fraud on the court or[...]

June Litigation Quarterly 2008

June 1, 2008
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Defending Economic Damages with Cost of Annuity Evidence (Anniversary Issue Litigation Quarterly March 2008)

May 1, 2008 | Daniel Kissane
Florida Statute § 768.77 requires verdicts in any personal injury or wrongful death action to be itemized and any amounts awarded for future economic losses to be reduced to present[...]

First-Party Bad Faith Claims Against Medical Malpractice Liability Insurers (Anniversary Issue Litigation Quarterly March 2008)

March 14, 2008
Florida courts have long recognized an insurer’s obligation to act in good faith when defending claims against the insured.  In Boston Old Colony Ins. Co. v. Gutierrez, 386 So. 2d[...]

It Must Be My Agent’s Fault (Anniversary Issue Litigation Quarterly March 2008)

March 1, 2008 | Blake Sando
  In recent years, premiums for insurance agency Errors and Omissions policies have increased for more than three-quarters of insurance agencies across the United States. See Stephanie Jones, Insurance Journal,[...]

Present Status and Florida’s Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Statute (Anniversary Issue Litigation Quarterly March 2008)

March 1, 2008 | Eric Rieger
Over the past several months, Florida’s Personal Injury Protection (PIP) law has undergone some significant changes. First, effective October 1, 2007, the “old” version of the PIP law was allowed[...]

First-Party Bad Faith Claims Against Medical Malpractice Liability Insurers (Anniversary Issue Litigation Quarterly March 2008)

March 1, 2008
Florida courts have long recognized an insurer’s obligation to act in good faith when defending claims against the insured. In Boston Old Colony Ins. Co. v. Gutierrez, 386 So. 2d[...]

Anniversary Issue Litigation Quarterly March 2008

March 1, 2008
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