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"Litigation and Prevention of Insurer Bad Faith" (3d edition, Thomson Reuters Publishing, in 2 Volumes with 2022 Supplements).
Featuring over 5,000 authorities, this Book is the product of over three decades of litigation and research experience. Updated annually, in Two Volumes, both with current Supplements, in print and Online.
Co-Author, "Catastrophe Claims: Insurance Coverage for Natural and Man-Made Disasters," now in 2 Volumes (December 2022 Thomson Reuters West Publishing).
Mr. Wall's in-depth chapters present a roadmap of the steps in claim investigation and policy interpretation, and a close look at the major exclusions involved in catastrophe claims.
"Lender Force-Placed Insurance Practices" (ABA Publishing). Peer-Reviewed by the American Bar Association.
This book is about the way lenders and their loan servicers make extra money from hidden charges. It exposes hidden lender force-placed insurance ("LFPI") practices based on years of research into Court files and other partially sealed records, plus LFPI litigation, as well as newspapers, books, and Congressional Reports.
U. Penn's Regulatory Review described this article on Twitter: "State courts are using an interpretation of public policy to allow greater access to court records, @DennisJWall, a member of @AmLawInst, explains."
New Public Access to Court Records | The Regulatory Review
The Supreme Court of Oklahoma allows access to records as a matter of public policy.