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Doing Business in the United States is an introductory guide for non-US businesses that may be interested in doing business in the US.
It is too early to administer last rites to the ‘restitution/disgorgement defence’, but a compelling opinionsuggests that its expanding use has been severely curtailed.
In conflicting opinions released on 22 July, two federal circuits split on whether ACA subsidies are available under a federally operated health insurance exchange.
A recent Southern District of New York decision considered coverage for a policyholder’s losses caused by ConEd’s Bowling Green Network outage.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act imposes significant new reporting requirements on employers providing self-insured group health coverage to their employees.
There are many proponents of having complex insurance disputes resolved in London under English law.
Shamrock Shake: St Patrick’s Day earthquake in Los Angeles is a reminder to check your property insurance policy
The St Patrick’s Day earthquake serves as a reminder to be informed about your current and future residential or commercial earthquake insurance coverage.
Riaz Karamali, a partner in Pillsbury’s Silicon Valley and San Francisco offices who represents emerging growth companies, answers some common questions innovators face.
On 10 February 2014, the IRS published long-awaited regulations on the employer shared responsibility provisions under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
The first two weeks of 2014 ushered in an extraordinary weather disaster affecting most of the US, causing property damage and business interruption.
A recent decision from an appellate court in Pennsylvania is good news for policyholders who manufacture products.
This decision may prove valuable to policyholders in their disputes over deductibles.
The Insurance Services Office’s 2013 additional insured endorsement revisions place heightened emphasis on contractual risk transfer language.
This briefing provides an overview of some insurance coverage-related issues facing commercial policyholders after a catastrophic storm.
West Virginia is now among the majority of states that recognise defective construction causing bodily injury or property damage is an ‘occurrence’ under standard CGL policies.
Some losses, notably pollution, landslides, asbestos exposure, and other similar losses often arise from progressive injury occurring over a period of years.
A tool at the insured’s disposal in pursuing insurance claims in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Pillsbury’s Robert James shakes up accepted wisdom and puts to the torch a few cherished myths about the aftermath of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire.