Insurance Law Practices Must Evolve
Attorneys representing insurers, policyholders and personal-injury claimants need to be sure they have adjusted their practices to comport with three changes or clarifications in the law, writes E. Thomas Bishop.
The Limited Legacy of Mid-Continent
In the five years since the Texas Supreme Court issued its decision in Mid-Continent Insurance Co. v. Liberty Mutual Insurance Co., appellate courts have limited the ruling to its facts, writes Don D. Martinson
Conflicts, Contracts and Choosing Independent Counsel
When is a policyholder entitled to choose its counsel to defend a suit, rather than simply accepting the defense lawyer selected and controlled by its insurer? Robert J. Cunningham writes that a recent 5th Circuit ruling address that question.