Tag Archives: Lawrence J. Bracken II

Georgia Appellate Court Makes Carrier Pay Dearly for Bad Faith Failure to Settle

In a recent insurer’s failure-to-settle case, Hughes v. First Acceptance Ins. Co. of Ga., the Georgia Court of Appeals reaffirmed that there is no hard-set rule conducive to summary judgment; rather, the court ruled that a jury should determine whether the insurer’s actions had been “reasonably prudent.”  Plaintiff Robert Jackson allegedly caused a five-vehicle collision … Continue Reading

Hunton Insurance Lawyers Analyze How Ninth Circuit’s Recent Lakers Opinion Impacts Future Coverage for TCPA Claims

On August 29, 2017, my colleagues Lawrence J. Bracken, Michael Levine, and Geoffrey Fehling published an article in Law360 discussing the Ninth Circuit’s recent decision rejecting coverage for the Los Angeles Lakers’ director’s and officer’s (D&O) insurance claim arising from a fan’s class action lawsuit under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), based on a … Continue Reading
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