Carlock, Copeland & Stair, LLP is proud to announce that several of our lawyers have...
Joe Kingma and the Commercial Litigation Team present in house programs on Risk Management for...
Charlie McDaniel published in CLM Magazine. The article is entitled, “Set-Up” Bad Faith: An Epidemic That Is Not Subsiding.
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Kent Stair, Bill Jones and the Design Professional Group presented at Carlock, Copeland & Stair’s Annual Risk Management for Design Professionals Seminar held at the Cobb Energy Centre on November 16.
Plaintiff brought a lawsuit against an insurance company alleging breach of contract and bad faith per T.C.A. section 56-7-105 and asking for damages based on same. Plaintiff testified at trial and after being crossed by Angela Kopet rested her case. Before putting on proof, Ms. Kopet requested the dismissal of the insurance company outlining the reasons plaintiff had failed to prove its case against her client. The Judge granted the motion dismissing the case and finding the plaintiff had not proven her case. No proof was required by the insurance company.
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