Call for papers: The ALI’s Principles of the Law of Liability Insurance, Rutgers School of Law-Camden, 27 February 2015

“… The Principles potentially have significance far beyond the law of liability insurance. Their distinctive approach to interpretation charts a middle ground between formalist and contextualist approaches which may provide a model for the interpretation of other insurance contracts and of other types of contracts, from standard form contracts to commercial contracts. The rules on the duty to defend and the duty to make reasonable settlement decisions will impact tort law and litigation and raise ethical issues. Therefore, the Principles should be of interest of scholars in contracts, torts, litigation, and professional responsibility as well as insurance and insurance law scholars. The conference will engage academics and practicing lawyers in discussion of the Principles …” (more)

[Jeremy Telman, ContractsProf Blog, 25 June]

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