Fineman Krekstein & Harris, P.C.

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Fineman Krekstein & Harris, P.C. 

Size of Organization: 25
Web Site: http://www.finemanlawfirm.com

Telephone: 215-893-9300
Fax: 215-893-8719



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Professional Insured Stated Bad Faith Cause Of Action Against E&O Carrier Where Its Alleged Conduct, Whether Legal Or Not, Involved Professional Services; And Exclusion, Even If Applicable, Did Not Cover All Claims In Underlying Action And Could Not Be A Basis To Deny Coverage For All Claims (Western District)
April 22, 2014
In Municipal Revenue Services v. Houston Casualty Company, plaintiffs were in the business of purchasing government tax liens. A law firm accused plaintiffs of scheming with other attorneys to improperly move those tax liens to others. The law firm sought equitable relief to enjoin those...

Court Closely Scrutinizes Plaintiff’s Expert and Gives Detailed Opinion on Limits to that Expert’s Testimony and Guidelines on How Expert Report Must Be Made and Presented to Survive a Motion to Strike that Testimony (Philadelphia Federal)
April 14, 2014
In Leporace v. N.Y. Life & Annuity Corp. the insurers filed a motion to exclude expert testimony, on plaintiff’s bad faith expert. The expert was previously by one of the defendants that handle claims for an insurer defendant. She affied that she has worked in the field of disability...

No Bad Faith Where Alleged Misrepresentations Occurred Prior to Policy’s Inception; Contractual Limitation on Stacking Permissible (Third Circuit)
April 14, 2014
In Grudkowski v. Foremost Ins. Co., the court addressed an appeal, with the class action appellee-insureds asserting that the insurance provided them should have been deemed illusory by the lower court. The Third Circuit affirmed, and denied the request to certify the issue to Pennsylvania’s...






 

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