Published July 17, 2015.
Jeffrey L. Schulman | Pasich LLP
Drones, as they are commonly called, are more formally known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). As the name implies and common sense dictates, UAVs are aerial vehicles that are operated without a human pilot. Their history dates to the 19th century when Austrians attacked Venice with explosive-...Read More
Insurance Coverage & Recovery
Richard J. Sapinski | Sills Cummis & Gross P.C.
A reminder that a captive insurance arrangement cannot be reverse-engineered without a focus on providing insurance as it’s commonly understood.
On August 17, 2017, the U.S. Tax Court decided Avrahami v. Commissioner, a “Division Opinion” by Tax Court Judge Mark Holmes, and...Read More
Christopher C. Loeber, Jennifer O. Farina | McCarter & English, LLP
Coverage for opioid exposures remains relatively untested, with existing case law increasing the uncertainty.
Litigation related to to the opioid crisis is on the rise, and now corporate shareholders are entering the fray. In recent months, shareholders have brought a number of lawsuits...Read More