NBF attorneys Curt H. Feig and Michael A. Guadagno won summary judgment dismissal of plaintiff’s claims for breach of contract and bad faith. Messrs. Feig and Guadagno argued that an outrage claim asserted in a third party lawsuit did not trigger coverage under the applicable policy’s personal liability coverage grant. The court agreed and granted defendant’s motion.
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Archive for September, 2014
September 30th, 2014
September 23rd, 2014
Nicoll Black & Feig PLLC celebrates the 10th anniversary of its founding!
September 18th, 2014
NBF attorney Chris P. Reilly presented on the topics of (1) Good Practices in Shipboard Investigations and (2) Witness Preparation at the annual Thomas Miller Bodily Injury Seminar in Jersey City, NJ.
September 15th, 2014
Nicoll Black & Feig announces the addition of our newest associate, Shannon Trivett. Ms. Trivett joins us after completing a clerkship with the Washington State Supreme Court.
September 2nd, 2014
In an order dismissing a seaman’s personal injury claim, King County Superior Court Judge Helen L. Halpert supported her decision with extensive citations to a publication authored by NBF attorney Jeremy Jones. Mr. Jones’ publication discusses the enforceability of forum and venue selection clauses in seaman’s employment contracts.