"Three (Or Is It Four?) Teams on This Legal Gridiron," DRI Today August 29, 2012
“Football fans are gathering in front of their TVs and crowding stadiums across the country with copious amounts of food and drink watching the big game. Legal observers will have their own action to watch — although this is likely to last several seasons,” write Daniel W. Gerber and Aaron J. Aisen of Goldberg Segalla’s Global Insurance Services Practice Group.
In this article for the Defense Research Institute’s DRI Today blog, Dan and Aaron examine the lawsuit filed by the National Football League and NFL Properties against 32 insurance companies (or nearly every major insurer in the country, as reported by Reuters) asking the court to require these insurers to defend and indemnify the NFL from the high-profile concussion-related suits brought by players.
The article was referenced in a discussion of the NFL lawsuit on Jones McClure Publishing’s Annotations blog.
Read the full article:
- “Three (Or Is It Four?) Teams on This Legal Gridiron,” DRI Today, August 29, 2012