Delaware’s state Legislature adjourned for the year without the House taking action on Senate Bill (SB) 231, which called for prohibiting the use of
Piecemeal efforts to bring transparency to third-party litigation funding continued apace (albeit a snail’s pace) with legislation the governor of I
There is no place for discrimination in today’s insurance marketplace.
By Max Dorfman, Research Writer, Triple-I
Two recent developments – one the result of litigation, the other imposed by statute – warrant insurers’ a
California has reclaimed its top spot on the “Judicial Hellholes” list maintained by the American Tort Reform Association (ATRA).
“Nuclear verdicts” are putting a strain on corporations and their insurers, an insurance executive writes in this month’s Best’s Review.
By Maria Sassian, Triple-I Consultant
While property crime (except for car theft) has been on the decline, the United States has been experiencing a
Second post in a series on social inflation and litigation funding
Litigation funding – in which third parties assume all or part of the cost of a
It has been said the best way to eat an elephant is “one bite at a time.