• Interesting case on policy exhaustion

    Shawn Kelleher
    created by Shawn Kelleher
  • Personal health insurance?

    Hello all, I was wondering if you all would mind sharing your health insurance plan info? I have to sign up as a single and all of the options are horrendously expensive. Help! Lol 
    created by Amanda Kronin
  • New Data About Arbitration:  It’s Faster

    In past articles, I’ve discussed the attitude lawyers may have to arbitrating business disputes.  Some hate it.  They simply do not believe that arbitration actually saves time or money.  They wil...
    David Allgeyer
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  • Going International?  Consider Arbitration

    Your client, headquartered in the United States, asks you to prepare an agreement.  Let’s say it’s a supply agreement.  The supplier is from a foreign country.  Let’s say China.  ...
    David Allgeyer
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  • Modria format and possible improvements

    In a recent posting under a different heading there was the suggestion that the nature of the Modria format itself created the need for Arbitrators to expend unreasonably amounts of time to evaluate and address the is...
    Martin Schulman
    created by Martin Schulman
  • Arbitration case in New Orleans, LA on June 16, 2016 at Transdev

    I am searching for answer and Arbitrator that was over this class action case of "FLSA" ATU Local 1560 v Transdev.......... (Valerie Jefferson as leading the class action
  • Lost wage offsets

    Is the insurance carrier entitled to offset the amounts paid for social security disability benefits and from a disability pension?
    Andrew Horn
    created by Andrew Horn
  • Out now: Arbitrating Patent Disputes: A Practical Guide

    I am happy to announce that my new  book, Arbitrating Patent Disputes: A Practical Guide came out today.    If you are interested, it is easiest to Google: "David Allgeyer ABA Arbitrating Patent Dispu...
    David Allgeyer
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  • New Arbitrator location! 185 Willis

    It's under construction at the moment but below are the inspiration photos for the finished product. It has private parking for arbitrators and for litigatants. It will be fully renovated and open as a hearing locatio...
    last modified by Amanda Kronin
  • Arbitration Clauses:  Watch  State Law

      In past articles, we have discussed how many courts once were hostile to arbitration. This led Congress to pass the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”), 9 U.S.C.§1 et seq., in 1925.  That Act...
    David Allgeyer
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  • How do you get government contracts in Mediation

    I was wondering does anyone have government contracts.
    created by Jerry Hall
  • Interesting decision re: prima facie burden of "by report" service

    In Blackman v. Allstate Ins. Co., NYLJ Dec. 22, 2016 (Civil Court Kings County), the court held that, while it was "cognizant of the importance of the submission of additional information for services billed pursuant ...
    Andrew Horn
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  • From ABA Just Resolutions:  Preparing for Patent Mediation

    I was honored to have a chance to work with Magistrate Judge Jeff Keyes on a recent article published in Just Resolutions eNews, presented by the Intellectual Property Law Committee of the ABA.  Here is the intro...
    David Allgeyer
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  • The Supreme Court’s Recent Cut-back of Patent Holder Advantages: Effect on Patent Arbitration?

      Two very recent decisions by the United States Supreme Court have eliminated some of the advantages to which patent holders have become accustomed in the last few decades.   Goodbye Texas   The fi...
    David Allgeyer
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  • Same day courthouse mediation? Still about relationships!

    Volunteering with CAMP in Santa Monica offering same day Unlawful Detainer mediations.  This is certainly a fast paced experience.  I am left with the same conclusion as I reach after every mediation, i.e., ...
    created by Joyce Craig

    I have  a case involving an LSO and cervical traction unit dispensed in April 2015. Respondent issued payment at 150 percent of the wholesale invoice, maintaining that where there is no DME fee schedule amount al...
    Giovanna Tuttolomondo
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  • Out of state Policy

    I would appreciate any thoughts on this set of facts: The accident occurred in Connecticut. The EIP (driver) is a New York resident. The owner of the vehicle is a Connecticut resident. The EIP is listed on the policy ...
    Rhonda Barry
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  • Estoppel, service not mentioned in peer

    I have a case involving the facility fee associated with LES injections. Both the facility fee and injections were denied on a single peer review. However, the peer does not state that the facility fees or "other asso...
    Giovanna Tuttolomondo
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  • Biography

    Military Biography Attached
    last modified by Murray Hansen
  • Appellate Division re: insurer's burden to show that EUO notices timely

    In Kemper Independence Ins. Co. v. Adelaida Physical Therapy, P.C., 2017 NY Slip Op 00916 (1st Dept. Feb. 7, 2017), the Appellate Division reversed the lower court because the insurer "failed to supply sufficient evid...
    Andrew Horn
    last modified by Andrew Horn