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Civil Practice – Discovery – Tort/Negligence – Insurance – Bad Faith Claim – Attorneys (access required)

Graham v. National Union Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh, PA (Lawyers Weekly No. 002-025-17, 9 pp.) (Margaret Seymour, S.J.) 0:16-cv-01153; D.S.C. Holding: Where the defendant-insurer asserts as an affirmative defense that it “did not act unreasonably or in bad-faith,” defendant has implicitly waived attorney-client privilege. To the extent defendant relied on its attorneys’ investigation to determine ...

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