Monthly Archives: August 2013

Right to Repair Act Defense Rejected in California Subrogation Cases

Christmas has come early for the California subrogation community! A recent decision from the Court of Appeals has held that the 2002 “Right to Repair Act” (aka SB 800) does not apply to cases in which a property owner has

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UK Post – Putting the “Gross” in Gross Negligence

Historically, and unlike other jurisdictions, English Courts have seen no difference between negligence and gross negligence as a legal concept. In 1843 it was “the same thing, with the addition of a vituperative epithet” (Wilson v. Brett) and in 1997

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Connecticut Supreme Court Holds Make Whole Doctrine Does Not Apply to Deductibles

In a recent decision, the Connecticut Supreme Court provided valuable clarification regarding the application of the make whole doctrine in Connecticut. Fireman’s Fund Ins. Co. v. TD Banknorth Ins. Agency, Inc., — A.3d — , 309 Conn. 449 (Conn. July

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