September 23, 2020  | Author: Kirk Pasich

The Insurance Industry’s Claim of the “Uninsurability” of Pandemic Risks

Settlement Offers Might Not Preclude Bad Faith

Los Angeles Daily Journal Aug. 26, 2016

Author: Mike Gehrt

The Nakamura Lawsuit and What Permanent Disablement Means for Insurers

Inside Counsel Aug. 20, 2016

Author: Mikaela Whitman

Policy Benefits Should Be Included When Reviewing Damages

Law360 Jul. 11, 2016

Author: Mike Gehrt

Insurers Face Big Punitive Exposure for California Bad Faith Claims

Los Angeles Daily Journal Jun. 29, 2016

Author: Mike Gehrt

Insured Plaintiffs May Be Entitled to Defense from Their Liability Insurers

Los Angeles Daily Journal Jun. 24, 2016

Author: Shaun Crosner

Complex Business Interruption Claims Following a Natural Disaster

California Society of Certified Public Accountants Roundtable Feb. 24, 2016

Speaker: Shaun Crosner and Michael Gehrt

Litigating Insurance Issues and Bad Faith Claims in the Construction Industry: Bad Faith and Extra Contractual Claims

The Seminar Group Jan. 29, 2016

Speaker: Shaun Crosner

Policies Might Actually Cover Wage and Hour Lawsuits

Los Angeles Daily Journal Sep. 9, 2015

Author: Shaun Crosner