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Appearing in the September 2018 issue of ADVOCATE:


Deposing insurance company personnel: lessons learned
Terrence J. Coleman and Ryan H. Opgenorth

How to maximize your client’s recovery in a workers’ compensation credit hearing
Eustace de Saint Phalle and Andrew Clay

Homeowner’s insurers are prohibited from communicating misleading replacement-cost estimates
Ricardo Echeverria and Steven M. Schuetze

There but for the grace of God go you
Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

“We meant it when we said it.”
Jeffrey I. Ehrlich

How insurers are using HIPAA to shield their conduct from scrutiny
Christian J. Garris

Health insurance coverage denial: Medical directors
Scott Glovsky

All the (courtroom’s) a stage
Cynthia McGuinn and Daniel B. Pleasant

Current issues in first-party property claims
Charles M. Miller

Insurance coverage in a “me too” world
Kirk Pasich

The Hammer Clause is your friend
Greg Stannard

You received an investigation letter from the State Bar
Karen Stromeyer and Peter Weber

Multiple occurrence policy limits demands
Ryan Vlasak


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