Professional Liability Matters — Winter 2020
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Professional Liability Matters — Winter 2020

March 2, 2020

In this edition:

  • ‘Amazingly Gutsy’: Marveling at the courage of trailblazing professional women: There are reasons why digging into the stories of pioneering professional women comes naturally to Goldberg Segalla partner Colleen Murphy, the architect of the attached timeline commemorating Women’s History Month.
  • ‘Bring-Your-Dog-to-Work Day’: Some car dealership owners, aware that many pet owners will take their dogs on test drives or bring them along when getting their cars serviced, have designed pet-friendly dealerships. A few dealerships with acreage enough to spare have even developed dog parks.
  • From Judicial Hellholes to the Devil in the Details: An article on medical-malpractice policy, and the American Tort Reform Association’s top 10—or bottom 10, if you prefer—“Judicial Hellholes” of 2019. See it all here on our newest feature: a sampling of posts from Goldberg Segalla’s Professional Liability Matters blog.
  • Exhibit ‘A’ Against Themselves: That’s what agents create when they write to insurers trying to coax them to cover disputed claims. Such self-help measures might prove harmful to the agency.

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A collaborative effort of Goldberg Segalla’s Management and Professional Liability practice, examining the latest best practices, emerging developments, and influential court decisions impacting the defense of professional-service providers.