The Best Laid Plans: A Departure From Flagstaff Affordable Housing and The Expansion of the Economic Loss Rule in Arizona Published in AADC Common Defense: A Magazine for Arizona Defense Attorneys, Spring 2012 By: Alison R. Christian Recent expansions … Continue reading
INSURANCE COVERAGE LITIGATION Gena L. Sluga Harper, Christian, Dichter & Sluga I. AVAILABLE CAUSES OF ACTION Insurance coverage disputes can be pleaded in a variety of different ways, depending on the situation involved and the goals of the litigants. Insurance … Continue reading
The full ICLC Article.
The Devil is in the Details:A Practical Overview of Notice, Tender, and Reservation-of-Rights Letters
Continuing Bad Faith: Theory of Liability or Rule of Evidence? Douglas L. Christian Nathan D. Meyer I. Introduction Not often does a concept’s name obfuscate its meaning. “Continuing bad faith,” however, is much more than its name implies. An insurer’s … Continue reading
The recent Court of Appeals case, McReynolds v. American Commerce Ins. Co., addressed an issue of first impression in Arizona insurance law: whether an insurer facing multiple claims in excess of its policy limits can satisfy its duty to equal consider … Continue reading