Monthly Archives: September 2010

OUT OF THE FRYING PAN, INTO THE FIRE!

  If you live in the southwest, then you have probably looked into different ways to keep your house or business cooler without raising you air conditioning bills.  One solution which has increased in popularity over the past couple of

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NFPA Bans Use of Antifreeze in Sprinkler Systems

Following up on our report of July 9, 2010, Cozen O’Connor has learned that the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has issued tentative interim amendments to three of its standards, banning the use of antifreeze in sprinkler systems in new

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Wind Farms: A Growth Area for Subrogation Opportunities

In response to the growth of the wind turbine industry, insurance carriers have introduced a number of insurance products tailored to this industry. Principal coverages include protection of those individuals responsible for the design, construction, erection, commissioning and testing of wind

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Substance Over Form-The Amendment to FRCP 26 May Improve Your Subrogation Case

On December 1, 2010, Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26 will be amended to exempt draft expert reports and certain categories of attorney/expert communication from discovery. In practice, this amendment will liberalize the communications your attorney can have with your testifying

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