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How Have Tort Defendants Fared at the Supreme Court Since 1990 (Part 1)?

Last week, we reviewed the data on how the Supreme Court has handled insurance law cases since 1990 – both what sorts of cases the Court decides, which side typically prevails, and the individual Justices’ voting records on insurance cases.  This week (and next Thursday), we’ll be asking the same questions for the Court’s tort … Continue Reading

Reviewing the Justices’ Voting Records in Insurance Law Cases, 1990-2018

Last time, we reviewed how the insurance industry has fared over the past twenty-nine years as a party to litigation at the California Supreme Court.  This time, we’re turning to the voting records of individual Justices: irrespective of whether the insurer was plaintiff or defendant, whether the case involved coverage or liability issues, and whether … Continue Reading

How Have Insurers Been Faring at the California Supreme Court Since 1990?

Late last week, we inaugurated a new biweekly series of posts on The Appellate Strategist analyzing the American Law Institute’s new Restatement of the Law of Liability Insurance.  Since this week we’re beginning a new series taking a deep dive on the Court’s docket in various important areas of law, I thought we’d begin with … Continue Reading