Ryan Law Firm, LLP v. New York Marine & General Insurance Co.
The District Court held that there was sufficient evidence for a jury to find that the insurer did not breach a malpractice policy by declining to reimburse the insured for a settlement made without consent, resulting in prejudice and a complete excuse of the insurer's performance.
malpractice insurance, motion for leave, motion for new trial, prejudice requirement, reasonable settlement, settlement without consent
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