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The Expert Dance – Should Your Expert Lead or Follow?

The timing and sequence for disclosing expert opinions may have a significant impact on recovery. Most subrogation professionals are aware that expert testimony is critical in proving a strict products liability case. But, in addition to the substance of expert

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15 Million Schneider Electric Surge Protectors Recalled

Last week Schneider Electric recalled over 15 million surge protectors that pose a fire hazard to consumers and their property. Schneider issued a recall on select model American Power Conversion (APC) series 7 and 8 surge protectors that it manufactured

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California Court of Appeal Puts the Brakes on Contractually Exculpating Liability for Gross Negligence

Riding motocross has been part of my life for nearly twenty years. Every weekend as a kid, I would wake my parents up early, load my motorcycle in the back of a truck, and we would drive to the local

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AN INSURANCE CARRIER’S RIGHT TO SUBROGATE NEED NOT WAIT ON THE INSURED

The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently explained the limited applicability of California’s “made-whole” rule which may preclude an insurer from recovering any third party funds unless and until the insured has been made whole for the loss. 

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California’s Electronic Discovery Act: Changing The Rules For Competency In The 21st Century

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