Firm News: Insurance Coverage

Two Dismissals Back to Back

The Firm has secured two separate victories for its clients within the space of three days.

In State Farm v. Sahor, associate Anne Armstrong analyzed complex insurance coverage issues and drafted opposition papers in successfully keeping the Firm’s client from being added to a personal injury arbitration. The decision can be found in Decisions of Note under Insurance Coverage.

In Alpha v. Creative, associate Roy Anderson protected the Firm’s California based website technology client from being sued in New York by arguing that an out of state company that works remotely on a New York website cannot be sued in New York. The decision can be found in Decisions of Note under Contracts/Business Law.
Anne Armstrong, contract law, Insurance Coverage, Roy Anderson

Ken Bloom Speaking at ABA Insurance Coverage Conference


By:      Gartner + Bloom, P.C.

Date:   February 27, 2019

            G+B Founding Partner Ken Bloom has been invited to speak at this year’s ABA Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee Seminar in Tucson, Arizona, taking place from February 27 to March 2. Ken is a panelist on a program titled “Bad Facts Make Bad Dreams and Bad Law: Coverage Nightmares We Lose Sleep Over.” Ken has been contributing to CLE services in the insurance coverage field for over thirty years – this particular panel will focus on recent court decisions that highlight potential risk exposure by adjuster non-compliance.
Conference, Construction, Insurance Coverage, Ken Bloom, litigation, Panelist