Monthly Archives: November 2013

New York Court Holds Work of Insurer’s Expert Prior to Fire Origin and Cause Determination Was Not Work-Product Protected

In New York Schools Insurance Reciprocal v. Milburn Sales Co., Inc., 963 N.Y.S. 2d 152, 105 A.D.3d 716 (2nd Dep’t 2013), the New York Appellate Division, Second Department, narrowed the protection afforded by the work-product doctrine to investigations performed by

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Illinois: Several Factors Determine Construction Manager Liability for the Acts of a Trade Contractor

A recent Illinois appellate court opinion illustrates how a construction manager may be found to have entrusted work to a trade contractor and, ultimately, how the construction manager can be held liable for the acts of the trade contractor. Construction

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Heavy Equipment Fires – What The Subrogating Carrier Should Know

Heavy equipment fires occur frequently and can lead to substantial losses. The loss of the equipment itself is often compounded by the insured’s loss of use of the equipment.  For businesses that rely extensively on heavy equipment (e.g., agricultural and

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