It's hard to imagine anything in today's world that has not been impacted by COVID-19. The legal profession is, of course, no exception. Lawyers must be prepared each day to respond and adjust to the shifting sets of challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic. The goal for each attorney should be to provide excellent legal services while ensuring that everyone involved stays healthy and safe. SO WHAT DO WE DO ABOUT DEPOSITIONS DURING THIS TIME? ... Continue Reading
We are excited to announce the launch of our COVID-19 webinar series where our attorneys will discuss the legal impacts of COVID-19.
We are excited to announce the launch of our COVID-19 webinar series where our attorneys will discuss the legal impacts of COVID-19. ... Continue Reading
Karen Karabinos was quoted in Georgia Businesses Hope Lawsuits Will Trigger COVID Insurance Coverage, an article in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The article discusses the push from business owners who are attempting to collect pandemic related losses by filing property damage insurance claims. Karen cited Georgia's Case Law, as to why these filings aren't valid in Georgia. ... Continue Reading
Partners Karen Karabinos and Eric Mull were featured the August edition of the IADC Committee Newsletter. Karen and Eric provide guidance on how insurance company can prepare and possibly avoid bad faith claims being filed against them in COVID-19 related first party property lawsuits. ... Continue Reading
LISTEN NOW: We're excited to announce that Drew Eckl & Farnham has launched a podcast: DEFining the Law! Every other Wednesday, we'll bring you hot topics and updates on all aspects of the legal industry. Listen to our first episode now: COVID-19 and First Party Property Claims with Partner Karen Karabinos through the link below. ... Continue Reading