Monthly Archives: April 2012

Turning an Implied Insured into a Co-insured

Thinking about subrogating against a tenant in Washington? Think again because the Washington Court of Appeals has re-affirmed existing law and increased the risks of such a challenge.  Since Cascade Trailer v. Beeson was decided 1988, Washington courts have held that

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Utilizing Federal Rule 27–Depositions to Perpetuate Testimony

The sooner evidence can be evaluated and preserved, the better the prospects for a successful outcome. The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure afford to potential plaintiffs and defendants a uniform standard when pre‐action “discovery” can be obtained. Strictly speaking, the

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