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Supreme Court of Mexico Decriminalizes Cannabis

Jul 27, 2021

How will this affect the Mexican cartels, and what will they do in response to the new developments?

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Potential Reverberations of Condo Collapse on Availability of State Regulated Insurance
ISO Commercial Cyber Product Replaced: Part One – Sections I–IV
Is There Ambiguity When Summary Omits Relevant Policy Language?
Condo Association Gets 15 Percent of Inspection Estimate After Hurricane
 

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California Gov. Signs Gender Neutral Legislation
N.J. Now Requires Auto Insurers to Disclose Policy Limits to Attorneys
 

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Multi-Million Dollar Award to Worker Who Said Asbestos Materials Caused His Mesothelioma
Florida Jury Awards $5 Million to Patron Shot After Exiting Nightclub
New York Jury Awards Nearly $100,000 to Man Injured by Chainsaw
Worker Who Fell at Construction Site Settles Negligence Suit for $11 Million
Jury Awards $850,000 to Plaintiff Who Said He Slipped on Liquid on Restaurant Floor
 

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Industry Thought Leaders Reflect on 2020 and Predict Trends for 2021
Bad Faith Claims In UM/UIM Claim Complaints In NY and NJ
McKool Smith Insurance Recovery Team Departs to Launch Boutique
The Implications of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Youth Sports and Risk Management
 

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Attorneys on Adderall: Disciplinary Case Highlights Benign Image and Popularity Among Lawyers
How the Insurance Industry Can Support Women in the Workplace
Lloyds Bank Fined $125M for 'Misleading' Insurance Communication
Insurance M&A Deals Reach $24.6B in First-Half of 2021
Understanding the Benefits of Alternative Dispute Resolution
 

 

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Insurance Coverage Law Report - Summer 2021

Vaccine Liability: Who Pays if a Vaccine goes Wrong?

Insurers won't underwrite COVID-19 vaccine risks, so the question now is whether governments or manufacturers will absorb the burden of liability.

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