RESCHEDULED – MLR’s “Third Annual Year in Review” Free CLE Event

Maloney Lauersdorf Reiner's CLE entitled "Insurance Coverage Law: MLR's Third Annual Year in Review" has been rescheduled to Thursday, January 12, 2017.  The CLE will explore the most important insurance coverage decisions…

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MLR Prevails on Anti-Assignment Provision in Oregon COA Opinion

On November 30, 2016, the Oregon Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Maloney Lauersdorf Reiner’s client in Clinton Condominiums Owners Association v. Truck Insurance Exchange, Multnomah County Circuit Court, Case…

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MLR to Host “Third Annual Year in Review” Free CLE Event

Maloney Lauersdorf Reiner is happy to announce that it will be conducting a CLE entitled "Insurance Coverage Law: MLR's Third Annual Year in Review" on Thursday, December 8, 2016.  The CLE will…

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MLR Wins Jury Verdict in First-Party Insurance Coverage Trial

This week, MLR attorneys Andy Lauersdorf and  FJ Maloney received a defense verdict in favor of MLR client Special Distrcits Association of Oregon ("SDAO").  The case, captioned Coos County Airport District v.…

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MLR to Host “Second Annual Year in Review” Free CLE Event

Maloney Lauersdorf Reiner is happy to announce that it will be conducting a CLE entitled "Insurance Coverage Law: MLR's Second Annual Year in Review" on Friday, December 4, 2015.  The CLE will explore…

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Insured-Versus-Insured Exclusion Does Not Bar Coverage Per Fifth Circuit

On July 27, 2015, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit issued an opinion addressing the “insured-versus-insured" exclusion in a case captioned Kinsale Ins. Co. v. Georgia-Pacific LLC,…

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