Ryan Law Firm, LLP v. New York Marine and General Insurance Co.
A Magistrate of the Western District of Texas recommended denial of a professional liability insurer's motion for summary judgment on grounds that the insured law firm breached the policy's consent-to-settle clause, finding that, despite breach, the insurer failed to show summary judgment evidence that it was prejudiced by the breach.
professional liability policy, malpractice insurance, settlement, consent-to-settle clause, prejudice, summary judgment, summary judgment evidence
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