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Insureds Fight Back Against Insurer Declaratory Judgment Suits in New York – Tae Andrews and Jeffrey Schulman Author Thomson Reuters Westlaw Today Article

Apr. 09, 2024

Several New York state and federal courts have reaffirmed that declaratory judgment actions filed by insurers against their own insureds will be subject to dismissal or a stay if brought prematurely, prior to a claim being ripe for adjudication, or if not filed for a good-faith purpose.

 In their Thomson Reuters Westlaw Today article, Counsel Tae Andrews and Managing Partner Jeffrey Schulman examine the recent decisions and analyze how the rulings make clear that insureds have options when faced with declaratory judgment actions filed by their insurers.

 Read the full article here.

Tae Andrews
Named a Rising Star by Super Lawyers in 2022
Jeffrey L. Schulman
Managing Partner
Name a Northeast Trailblazer in 2021 by The American Lawyer

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