1.          Volume 19, Issue 1

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. McDowellfulltext


  • 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


2.          Volume 18, Issue 2

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


3.          Volume 18, Issue 1

We are proud to present Volume 18, Issue 1. A full copy can be accessed here.


  • Managing the Next Deluge: A Tax System Approach to Flood Insurance, Charlene Luke & Aviva Abramovsky — fulltext
  • A Concurrent Mess and a Call for Clarity in First-Party Property Insurance Coverage Analysis, Mark M. Bell — fulltext
  • Insurance Rates Regulation in Comparison With Open Competition, Angelo Borselli — fulltext
  • ERISA: Remedies, Preemption and the Need for More State Regulatory Oversight, Jillian Redding — fulltext


  • Keynote Address: Actuarial Litigation: How Big Statistics Can Help Solve Big Cases, Kenneth Feinberg — fulltext
  • A Normative Evaluation of Actuarial Litigation, Robert G. Bone — fulltext
  • Reevaluating Complex Mediation Generalizations, Edward Brunet — fulltext
  • Probability Sampling in Litigation, Joseph B. Kadane — fulltext

Notes and Commentaries

  • Impermissible Windfalls?: Unemployment Insurance, Back Pay, and the Two Classes of Title VII Plaintiffs, Wyatt R. Jansen – fulltext
  • Lessons from the Price-Anderson Nuclear Industry Indemnity Act for Future Clean Energy Compensatory Models, Taylor Meehan – fulltext

4.          Volume 17, Issue 2

We are proud to present Volume 17, Issue 2. A full copy can be accessed here.


  • The Standard of Materiality for Misrepresentations under New York Insurance Law – A State of Unwarranted Confusion, Andrew Amer & Linda H. Martin — fulltext
  • Liability Insurance Coverage For Clergy Sexual Abuse Claims, Peter Nash Swisher & Richard C. Mason — fulltext
  • Bad Policy For Good Policies: Article 9’s Insurance Exclusion, Andrew Verstein — fulltext

Notes and Commentaries

  • The Complexity of the Mandatory Medicare Section 111 Reporting Rules and Its Practical Legal Affects – Is There A Break in Sight, Crystal L. Fraser — fulltext
  • Down the Road to Perdition: How the Flaws of Basel II Lef to the Collapse of Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers, John F. Rosato — fulltext

5.          Volume 17, Issue 1

We are proud to present Volume 17, Issue 1.  A full copy can be accessed here.


  • Regulating Risk by “Strengthening Corporate Governance”, Paul Rose — fulltext
  • Justification Norms Under Uncertainty: A Preliminary Inquiry, Claire A. Hill — fulltext
  • Catalysts for Clarification: Modern Twist on the Insurable Interest Requirement for Life Insurance, Robert S. Bloink — fulltext
  • Rating Dependent Regulation of Insurance, John Patrick Hunt — fulltext

Notes and Commentaries

  • Metropolitan Life Insurance Company v. Glenn: Will the Supreme Court Decision Reduce Confusion After Firestone, Ryan M. LoRusso — fulltext
  • Fronting Arrangements: Industry Practices and Regulatory Concerns, Esteban Carranza-Kopper — fulltext
  • Annuity Coeptis: Is There a Way to Avoid American Equity Investment Life Insurance Co. v. SEC Becoming a Herald for the SEC Gaining Regulatory Control Over All Securities-Related Insurance Products?, Russell Hasan — fulltext


6.          Volume 16, Issue 2

We are proud to present Volume 16:2 for the  Fall of 2010.  A full copy can be accessed here.  Otherwise, please browse the articles below.


  • Solvency II: The Ambitious Modernization of the Prudential Regulation of Insurers and Reinsurers Across the European Union (EU), Michael J-H. Smith — fulltext
  • Congress’ Self-Inflicted Sisyphean Task: The Insurance Industry’s Federal Antitrust Exemption and the Insurance Industry Competition Acts of 2007 and 2009, Anthony J. Alt — fulltext

Book Reviews

  • The Language of Lives, Jill C. Anderson — fulltext
  • Review of Timothy Alborn’s Regulated Lives, Sharon Murphy — fulltext
  • Regulated Lives in Historiographical Context, Geoffrey Clark — fulltext
  • Author Response: Regulated Lives, Timothy Alborn — fulltext

Notes and Commentaries

  • Into the Unknown: The Reach of Environmental Insurance in Cases, Caroline Vazquez — fulltext
  • The Liability Insurance Regulation of Religious Institutions after the Catholic Church Sexual Abuse Scandal, Alana Bartley — fulltext
  • Coverage for Kidneys: The Intersection of Insurance and Organ Transplantation, Melissa Wong — fulltext