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Discovery Confidential!   

 

BEGINNING WITH: STIPULATED PROTECTIVE ORDERS: HOW AND WHY. (332 KB)

Dennis J. Wall, § 3:107.50, Stipulated Protective Orders:  How and Why, and Possible Use in Concealing Third-Party Bad Faith Claims, in 1 Litigation and Prevention of Insurer Bad Faith (Thomson Reuters 3d Edition, 2021 Supplement).  Republished here with the permission of the author and Thomson Reuters. No further republication of this material may be made without the express written permission of the publisher.

BEWARE OF IGNORING THE PUBLIC INTEREST IN DISCLOSURE! (137 KB)

 Dennis J. Wall, § 3:107.75, Possible Consequences of Ignoring the Public Interest in Disclosure in Third-Party Bad Faith Claims, in 1 Litigation and Prevention of Insurer Bad Faith (Thomson Reuters 3d Edition, 2021 Supplement). Republished here with the permission of the author and Thomson Reuters. No further republication of this material may be made without the express written permission of the publisher.

THE PRESUMPTION OF PUBLIC ACCESS. (284 KB)

Dennis J. Wall, § 2:19, Post-Claims Handling Practices Issues--The Presumption of Public Access vs. Stipulated Protective Orders, in Catastrophe Claims:  Insurance Coverage for Natural and Man-Made Disasters (Thomson Reuters November 2021 Edition). Republished here with the permission of the author and Thomson Reuters. No further republication of this material may be made without the express written permission of the publisher.

SECRECY STIPULATIONS IN LITIGATION AND SETTLEMENTS. (302 KB)

Dennis J. Wall, § 2:19.50, The Infliction of Stipulations on Litigation of Facts and on Settlements, in Catastrophe Claims: Insurance Coverage for Natural and Man-Made Disasters (Thomson Reuters November 2021 Edition). Republished here with the permission of the author and Thomson Reuters. No further republication of this material may be made without the express written permission of the publisher.