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Effective Date: February 13, 2017
Vol. 6 - Issue 2
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Declarations: The Coverage Opinions Interview With Karen Korematsu
February 19th is the 75th anniversary of FDR’s signing of Executive Order 9066, which created the Japanese internment camps during WWII. This led to the landmark 1944 Supreme Court case of Fred Korematsu v. United States, finding the executive order not unconstitutional. The Korematsu case has been raised lately in the dialogue concerning travel restrictions for reasons of national security. That E.O. 9066 is celebrating its diamond anniversary now is breathtaking timing. I had the privilege of discussing the life of civil rights legend Fred Korematsu with his daughter.

Declarations: The Coverage Opinions Interview With Garold Heslinga
The Iowa “Spring Gun” case is legendary – having been studied by Torts students for 40 years. Garold Heslinga was the attorney for Marvin Katko, the thief. Mr. Heslinga, now 93, recently retired from practice after 66 years. He shared with me some wonderful stories about the case, including lots of things not in any Torts book.

Randy Spencer’s Open Mic
The Toilet Seat Goes To Court

Coverage Opinions Hole-In-One Dispute Articles Featured On The Wall Street Journal Law Blog

Proof That Coverage Opinions Is Made In Philadelphia

The Valentine’s Day Tradition Continues
“50 Ways To Leave No Cover:” An Insurance Coverage Love Song

My Hometown: Lee Shidlofsky: Practicing Insurance Coverage Law In Texas

SCOTUS Nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch And Insurance Coverage: Haunted Houses And Lost Fenders

General Liability Insurance Coverage: Key Issues In Every State

When A Reservation Of Rights Letter Is Not
#1 Coverage Decision of 2017 (Already)

MUST READ: Possible Bad Faith For Using Extrinsic Evidence To Deny Duty To Defend

This Is Some Very Impressive Claims Handling

A Rarity: A Construction Defect Coverage Case That’s Interesting

The Pollution Exclusion And Charlie Brown

Tapas: Small Dishes Of Insurance Coverage
· For those who follow Pennsylvania Construction Defect Coverage

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