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February 25, 2010

Extracontractual Recovery Without Bad Faith: What Every Insurer Needs To Know About Insurance Intermediaries’ Liability To Insureds

This is one of a series of articles originally published in Mealey’s Litigation Report: Insurance Bad Faith, Vol. 23, #20 (Feburary 25, 2010). © 2010  

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[Editor’s Note: James Michael Shaw, Jr., is an associate with the law firm of Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig LLP with offices in Charlotte, Miami, Mobile, Tallahassee and Tampa. Mr. Shaw practices in the firm’s Extra-Contractual, Third-Party Coverage, and Liability Departments. A substantial amount of his practice is devoted to representing insurers and insurance intermediaries in connection with claims arising from alleged errors and omissions in the procurement of insurance. Any commentary or opinions do not reflect the opinions of Butler or Mealey’s Publications. Copyright © 2010 by James Michael Shaw, Jr. Responses are welcome.]

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