The underlying lawsuit involves seven years of litigation plus an addition four years involving a Department of Justice investigation over Harvard College’s admissions process.
MA Law | Insurance Coverage Cases
The Supreme Judicial Court announced last week that it was seeking amicus curiae briefs from interested parties on a COVID-19 business interruption case.
The latest decision in Massachusetts involving a COVID-19 business interruption claim, brings no ‘cheer’ to Hampshire House.
Source One Financial Corporation sued GEICO seeking a declaratory judgment that GEICO’s valuations resulting from reports compiled by Certified Collateral Corporation (“CCC”) did not comply with the DOI’s regulation.
Are independent agents liable for giving bad advice on how long insureds should keep their insurance policies? The MA Appeals Court weighs in.