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Attorney: Thomas H. Segars

January 11, 2022 Thomas H. Segars
Posted in  Other 75-1.1 Issues

Chicken One Day and Feathers the Next: Section 75-1.1 Claims of Insurance Assignees

Rights to insurance proceeds can be—and frequently are—assigned. For example, one business might acquire an insured’s right to insurance proceeds as part of a larger asset acquisition. Or an unpaid contractor who repaired damage to a home after a hurricane might take an assignment of the insured’s rights to collect […]

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August 24, 2021 Thomas H. Segars
Posted in  Federal Preemption Misrepresentations

A Honey Boo Boo? The Ninth Circuit Discusses Bees, the “Reasonable Consumer,” and the Intersection of Federal Labeling Law and Section 75-1.1

Imagine yourself combing the aisles of the local Trader Joe’s with your brood in tow. You are minding your own beeswax when, above the drone of swarming shoppers, you hear a buzz about a new product: “100% New Zealand Manuka Honey.” As you grab a jar off the shelf, what […]

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