"Insurance Bad Faith Litigation Reporter" and "E-Business Law Bulletin" from Andrews.
Produced bi-weekly, "Insurance Bad Faith Litigation Reporter" offers detailed coverage of developments in bad faith litigation around the country. Its scope includes complaints, pretrial activity, settlements, jury verdicts, appellate briefing, U.S. Supreme Court petitions, federal and state appellate and Supreme Court cases, statutory and regulatory developments, expert commentary, and news briefs. A range of legal issues impacting bad faith litigation are covered, including refusal to defend, failure to settle, refusal to pay legitimate claims, bad-faith handling of claims, implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, proper treatment of "unsophisticated" policyholders, and misrepresentation of coverage.
The August issue includes information on: insurer's refusal to consent to third-party settlement; claim preclusion and bad faith claims; disability claims and bad faith; denial of disability benefits and bad faith; settling attorney fee claims; breach of contract; and, flood-related claims preempted by federal law. An annual subscription costs $792.
"E-Business Law Bulletin" is published monthly and incorporates content that was previously available in Andrews' "Electronic Privacy Litigation Reporter," "E-Trading Legal Alert" and "E-Discovery and Procedure Litigation Reporter." It covers the decisions and new cases that impact businesses, especially as more companies become involved in electronic commerce, increasing liability for using the Internet in conducting business. Subscribers receive commentary from attorneys in the field on emerging issues and strategies in e-commerce law, discussions on possible legal strategies and summaries of court decisions involving jurisdiction issues, legal liability for linking, framing and caching, and contract issues.
It includes discussion of First Amendment challenges to Internet regulation, the Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act, new law arising from the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and reviews the enforceability of "web click" or "web wrap" agreements. An annual subscription costs $485.
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