An American International Group Inc. unit must pay two companies more than $91.5 million in legal costs in connection with lawsuits filed alleging injuries related to sterilization facilities located in a residential community.
Cigna is facing a class-action lawsuit that accuses the company of employing an algorithm to review and reject hundreds of thousands of patient health insurance claims, with minimal individual doctor oversight.
Xcel Energy, the state’s largest utility provider, is facing another large lawsuit over its role in the 2021 Marshall Fire. Nearly 250 residents and business owners filed a lawsuit in Boulder County District Court on Monday, alleging Xcel caused a variety of losses among plaintiffs.
When a federal district court denies a motion to compel arbitration, the losing party has a statutory right to an interlocutory appeal. In the case of Coinbase, Inc. v. Bielski, 22-105 (June 23, 2023), the Supreme Court of the United States considered the sole question of whether the district court must stay its proceedings while the interlocutory appeal is ongoing.
Theodore Cooperstein worked as an assistant United States attorney in the Southern District of Mississippi. Part of his job was to appear in federal court as counsel for the government, and as such, he was insured under a federal employee professional liability policy.
After the passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, municipalities are repairing and upgrading their aging infrastructure. This has led to an increase in the number of damaged underground utility claims in construction involving roadways, water/sewer/storm drains, and landscaping.
Harvard Medical School (HMS) is facing multiple class-action lawsuits in the aftermath of shocking allegations that a morgue employee was involved in stealing and selling human remains donated to the university’s medical school.
A federal appellate court, facing contradictory rulings from federal courts, has sought the intervention of the Texas Supreme Court to settle the question of whether attorney fees can be awarded to claimants when insurers pay appraisal awards plus owed interest for delayed payments.