Morris Polich & Purdy LLP

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Morris Polich & Purdy LLP 

Size of Organization: 94
Year Established: 1969
Web Site: http://www.mpplaw.com

Telephone: 213-891-9100
Facsimile: 213-488-1178

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Morris Polich & Purdy LLP is a law firm that works with its clients on a national basis. We represent clients in every state, as well as many U.S. possessions. We also have a wealth of international affiliations.



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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
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Highest number of cases by Morris Polich & Purdy LLP:
Toxic Torts (62 cases in past two years)
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Total number of Peer Review Rated lawyers of Morris Polich & Purdy LLP: 0


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Ability of Insurance Carriers in California to Obtain Insureds' Income Tax Returns Despite the Income Tax Privilege
Douglas K. Wood, June 9, 2016
California Insurance Code Section 2071 acknowledges that tax returns are privileged but may be necessary for a carrier to process a claim.1 However, in practice, when an insured or their representative asserts the income tax privilege, often that is the end of the discussion. That need not be the...

Preparing for the Big One: Los Angeles’s New Seismic Retrofit Ordinance and Recommendations for Mitigating Risk
Eric M. Khodadian,Theodore D. Levin, June 9, 2016
A major earthquake in California is inevitable. Most Californians recall the 1994 Northridge earthquake that rocked Los Angeles with a 6.7 on the Richter scale. In that earthquake, some of the structures that suffered the greatest damage were wood-framed “soft story” buildings and...

Does a CGL Carrier Owe a Duty to Defend Claims Involving Cybersecurity Breaches?
Gary A. Hamblet, June 8, 2016
One of the hottest issues for general liability carriers is whether they owe a duty to defend insureds who have been sued as the result of a breach of cybersecurity. The quick, simplistic response is that a CGL policy provides no coverage for cybersecurity breaches because the claimant did not...






 

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