Examines potential defenses in LFPI cases. The "utilities filed rate doctrine" is closely analyzed for "fit" in insurance cases and the conclusion is clear: There is no fit for the filed rate doctrine in insurance cases.
Addresses the case law surrounding the Restatement of the Law of Liability Insurance and Insurance Carriers' Good Faith Duties in Settlement. Reprinted here with the express permission of Thomson Reuters West and Insurance Litigation Reporter. Any further publication without the express consent of Thomson Reuters is prohibited.
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