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- summarize a new court opinion;
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- explore a new statute or proposed legislation;
- highlight an industry issue;
- provide insight into a niche topic; or
- anything of interest to Section members!
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by Tarron L. Gartner Greene v. Farmers Ins. Exch. and the SCOT’s Continuing Debate over the Material Breach Rule Co-author: Whitney Warren Last summer, the Texas Supreme Court’s decision in Greene v. Farmers Ins. Exchange, probably left most of us scratching our…
by Judith Ann Kostura On May 16, 2014, the Texas Supreme Court issued its opinion in McAllen Hosps., LP v. State Farm County Mut. Ins. Co., (Tex. 2014) No. 12-0983. The Court held that a release given to a liability insurer by an…
by Jes Alexander Stowers has been around since 1929 during the days when the Commission of Appeals of Texas existed. Over the course of time, the Supreme Court of Texas has further defined the parameters of the Stowers duty: the…
by Judith Ann Kostura Central States v Health Special Risk 5th Circuit, June 22, 2014 Central States, an ERISA plan, sued some non-ERISA plans alleging that the non-ERISA plans were primary, as defined by the Central States' ERISA plan's Coordination…