Insurance coverage for underinsured and uninsured motorist coverage laws are often times confusing. One source of such confusion is the determination of coverage owed when there are multiple tortfeasors. The recent case of Illinois Emcasco Ins. Co. v. Tufano, 2016 IL App (1st) 151196 provides guidance in this circumstance.
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There may be a double “whammy” in being a legal malpractice defendant. In addition to being a defendant, the plaintiff may be obligated to report you to the Attorney Registration & Disciplinary Commission (ARDC) if the alleged malpractice misconduct violates Rules 8.3(a), 8.4(b) or (c) of the Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct (“Rules”). This mandatory […]
The United States Supreme Court opinion in Spokeo (“Spokeo II) was viewed as a major decision in cybersecurity litigation. We at Mckenna Storer addressed the importance of that decision in this space in “No Harm, No Foul: Why Spokeo v. Robins is a Win for Data Privacy Defendants”. The results following that decision have been […]