Date archive: April 2016

Attorneys’ Bad Faith Prosecution of Bad Faith Claims Warrants Sanctions

Summary: Federal law provides for the imposition of sanctions against attorneys who unreasonably and vexatiously cause an opponent to incur excess costs and fees.  A bad faith finding is required to impose those sanctions.  In the Nielsen case, the plaintiff’s attorney filed a lengthy complaint alleging eleven causes of action and that ERISA did not…

Recent Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Events

Sandberg Phoenix Insurance Team attorneys are active on bad faith and Insurance coverage committees in several state and national organizations.  Last week we were attending DRI’s Insurance Claims and Coverage Institute in Chicago and and CLM’S Annual Conference. By Tony Martin


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