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Stephen L. Raucher Co-Authors Insurance Update for the Tenth Straight Year

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Insurance Law is published by the State Bar Litigation Section in its California Litigation Review (2022 Edition), co-authored by RRB attorney Stephen L. Raucher, along with Michael Sohigian, who have provided insurance updates together for the tenth consecutive year.  

2022 Annual Insurance Update

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On Thursday, March 9, 2023, Stephen L. Raucher  and Michael R. Sohigian presented their Annual Insurance Update though BHBA.  The program examined the most important cases from 2022 regarding insurance coverage and bad faith, focusing in particular on liability and … more

Closing a Habitability Exclusion Loophole

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Stephen Raucher’s article Closing a Habitability Exclusion Loophole is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on September 13, 2022.

Stephen L. Raucher Co-Authors Insurance Update for the Ninth Straight Year

in Insurance Law by Stephen Raucher

Insurance Law is published by the State Bar Litigation Section in its California Litigation Review (2021 Edition), co-authored by RRB attorney Stephen L. Raucher, along with Michael Sohigian, who have provided insurance updates together for the ninth consecutive year.  

Annual Insurance Update: COVID-19 Coverage, New Wrinkles in Bad Faith, and More

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On Thursday, April 7, 2022, Stephen L. Raucher  and Michael R. Sohigian will present an MCLE webinar through BHBA entitled “Annual Insurance Update: COVID-19 Coverage, New Wrinkles in Bad Faith, and More” (register in link).  The program will examine the … more

Entitlement to Equitable Subrogation Does Not Transform Legal Claims Against Third Parties into Equitable Claims

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In Michael Berg et al., v. Pulte Home Corp. (“Berg”), the Third District Court of Appeal analyzed the question of whether an entitlement to equitable subrogation, as opposed to the underlying action itself, determines the right to a jury trial. … more

Stephen L. Raucher Co-Authors Insurance Update for the Eighth Straight Year

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Insurance Law is published by the State Bar Litigation Section in its California Litigation Review (2020 Edition), co-authored by RRB attorney Stephen L. Raucher, along with Michael Sohigian, who have provided insurance updates together for the eighth consecutive year.

Annual Update On Developments In Insurance

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On Thursday, February 4, 2021, Stephen L. Raucher presented a continuing legal education program entitled “Annual Update on Developments in Insurance.” The program examined the most important new cases from 2020 regarding insurance coverage and bad faith, focusing particularly on … more

Stephen L. Raucher Co-Authors Insurance Update for the Seventh Straight Year

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Insurance Law is published by the State Bar Litigation Section in its California Litigation Review (2019 Edition), co-authored by RRB attorney Stephen L. Raucher, along with Michael Sohigian, who have provided insurance updates together for the seventh consecutive year.

Legal Issues in the Age of COVID-19: Employment and Insurance

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On Tuesday, April 7, 2020, Stephen L. Raucher was a panelist presenting an MCLE webinar through BHBA entitled “Legal Issues in the Age of COVID-19: Employment and Insurance” (video in link).   This was part 1 of a 3 part series … more

Are Cumis Counsel Disputes With Insurers Subject to Anti-SLAPP?

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Stephen Raucher’s article Are Cumis Counsel Disputes With Insurers Subject to Anti-SLAPP? is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on October 31, 2019.

Stephen L. Raucher Co-Authors Insurance Update for the Sixth Straight Year

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Insurance Law is published by the State Bar Litigation Section in its California Litigation Review (2018 Edition), co-authored by RRB attorney Stephen L. Raucher, along with Michael Sohigian, who have provided insurance updates together for the sixth consecutive year.

Good News and Bad News for Insurance Company Attorneys

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The recent appellate case Strawn v. Morris, Polich & Purdy LLP, 30 Cal. App. 5th 1087 (2019), examined an insurance company attorney’s potential liability in the context of the litigation privilege and elder abuse claims, resulting in a mixed ruling. … more

Fifth Annual Update On Developments In Insurance

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On Monday, April 15, 2019, Stephen L. Raucher was one of the panelists presenting a continuing legal education program entitled “Fifth Annual Update on Developments in Insurance.” The program examined the most important new cases from 2018 regarding insurance coverage … more

Businesses Suffer When Disaster Strikes, Too

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Stephen Raucher’s article Businesses Suffer When Disaster Strikes, Too is published in the Los Angeles Daily Journal on December 7, 2018.