Monthly Archives: May 2016

Georgia Limits Made Whole Doctrine

Georgia has traditionally adhered to the “made whole” doctrine, which provides that, “[w]here the insurer or the insured must go unpaid to some extent, the loss should be borne by the insurer, since the insurer has already been paid a

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Imposing Liability on the Non-Manufacturing Seller of a Product in Texas

It is not unusual to face a situation where a product implicated in a loss is manufactured by a foreign defendant. Typically, the product has been manufactured in another country and distributed by a domestic company or otherwise sold by

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