We are proud to present Volume 19, Issue 1. A full copy can be accessed here.
- Liability For Bad Faith and the Principle Without a Name (Yet) — Kenneth S. Abraham — fulltext
- Bad Faith at Middle Age: Comments on “The Principle Without a Name (Yet),” Insurance Law, Contract Law, Specialness, Distinctiveness, and Difference — Robert H. Jerry, II — fulltext
- The Economics of Insurance Law: A Primer — Ronen Avraham — fulltext
- Stranger-Initiated Annuity Transactions and the Case For Insurable Interest — Kendall J. Burr, Thomas F.A. Hetherington, and David T. McDowell — fulltext
- Supervisory Colleges: Improving International Supervisory Coordination — Kelly Kirby — fulltext
- The Evolution of the Advertising Injury Exclusion in the Insurance Service Office, Inc.’s Comprehensive General Liability Insurance Policy Forms — Kyle Lambrecht — fulltext
- Medically Unnecessary: How the Laws in Medicare Part D’s Coverage of Off-Label Medicines with Demonstrable Medical Necessity Prevents Better Healthcare Outcomes, Including for Beneficiaries with Psychiatric Disorders — Alexander W. Wing — fulltext
We are proud to present Volume 18, Issue 2. A full copy can be accessed here.
- The Filed Rate Doctrine and the Insurance Arena, Vonda Mallicoat Laughlin — fulltext
- A Jurisprudential Survey of Bad Faith Claims in the Workers’ Compensation Context and a Call for a Unified Statutory Remedy, Steven Plitt — fulltext
- A Spanish Property Insurance Cartel, Francisco Marcos — fulltext
Notes and Commentaries
- Not in the Fine Print: Recommended Changes to Life Insurance Policy Disclosures Regarding Retained Asset Accounts, Michael A. Barrese – fulltext
- Standards for Pleading a Claim Under CUIPA: No Exceptions to the Connecticut Fact Pleading Requirement, Bethany L. DiMarzio – fulltext
- Subprime and Credit Crisis Investigations: What Constitutes a Claim for the Purposes of Professional Liability Insurance?, Caitlin P. Holt – fulltext