An Insurer's Bad Faith Exposure May Not End Even If Policy Limits Are Tendered
Insurance carriers adjusting California claims have long feared policy limits settlement demands in third-party liability cases and the prospect that their response to such demands could expose the carrier to a bad faith claim. Many carriers presume that ...
Breaking Up Just Got Easier To Do
One of the banes of the existence of closely-held companies is the potential for deadlock in management. If owners cannot agree on the course of operation, what alternatives are available? The California Corporations Code has long provided, in the case of ...
Posted By Santa Clarita Attorney
BUSINESS LITIGATION: California Can Haul Out of State Businesses Into Court With Minimal Contacts
Corporations and companies have something new to worry about when they conduct any business in California. Due to the decision handed down in Bristol-Myers Squibb Company v. The Superior Court of San Francisco County , 2016 WL 4506107, any company that ...
TOXIC TORTS: "Clear and Unreasonable" Changes to Prop 65
California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (“OEHHA”) recently adopted revisions to the “clear and reasonable” warning requirements of the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 (commonly known as “Proposition 65”) that ...
Posted By Los Angeles attorney