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LexisNexis Names Nevada Insurance Law As A Top Insurance Law Blog For 2011

The Advisory Board of the LexisNexis Insurance Law Community has selected Mills & Associates' Nevada Insurance Law as one of the nation’s Top Insurance Law Blogs for 2011.  The Advisory Board described what it saw in the winning blogs. The Top Blogs contain some of the best writing out there on insurance law.  They contain a wealth of information for the insurance law community with timely news items, practical information, expert analysis, practice tips, frequent postings, and helpful … [Read more...]

What Happens When One Of Multiple Defendants Files For Bankruptcy?

A previous M&A blog post HERE discussed the ramifications of a bankruptcy filing on civil litigation by a Plaintiff or Defendant.  In that post we learned that where a sole Defendant files bankruptcy, the entire case comes to a stop due to the automatic stay imposed by bankruptcy law.  See 11 U.S.C. 362(a)(1). However, what happens when the insured defendant files bankruptcy, but is only one of several defendants?In the case of multiple Defendants, the underlying litigation is not … [Read more...]

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These posts on the Mills & Associates Nevada Insurance Law blog are published to provide useful insights on Nevada insurance law to our clients and other subscribers. Many times the topics are suggested by recent case law, or issues raised by litigation.As part of our ongoing effort to provide both timely and helpful information, we invite all our readers to submit issues which they would like to see addressed in future blog posts.Likewise, please submit questions concerning prior … [Read more...]

One Of The Parties To A Lawsuit Files Bankruptcy. Now What?

In this turbulent economy, more and more businesses and individuals are filing for bankruptcy protection. When a bankruptcy is filed, what happens where the debtor is either a Plaintiff or Defendant in litigation?  This post will try to answer those questions.When a Plaintiff or a Defendant files bankruptcy, the federal bankruptcy law imposes an “automatic stay”.  The automatic stay stops all litigation activity of the debtor.  The stay is triggered by the filing of the bankruptcy … [Read more...]