The story goes that.Sociable, likable lik·a·ble also like·a·ble
lika·ble·ness, like and witty; Mike Mealey likes to tell the story of his early days as a litigation An action brought in court to enforce a particular right. The act or process of bringing a lawsuit in and of itself; a judicial contest; any dispute.
When a person begins a civil lawsuit, the person enters into a process called litigation. newsletter publisher. It seems he was in the hotel bar during a legal convention he was covering. One of the many attorneys present introduced him as the publisher of a newsletter on asbestos litigation.
Then one of the attorneys exclaimed, "Wait a minute. I know you. You're 'Bad Faith' Mealey!"
Everybody laughed, and Mike liked the nickname (1) An alternate name used to identify yourself in a chat room.
(2) A shortcut for identifying a recipient in an e-mail address book. . Turns out the man had never met him but subscribed to Mealey's Litigation Report: Insurance Bad Faith '''
Insurance bad faith refers to a claim that an insured person has against an insurance company for bad acts. Under the law of nearly every U.S. jurisdiction, Insurance companies owe a duty of good faith in dealing with the persons they insure. . He said all the fellow subscribers he knew referred to Mike as "Bad Faith" Mealey.