Attorneys Scott Braun and Christopher Griffin Published in DRI Insurance Law Committee Newsletter
Member Scott Braun and Associate Christopher Griffin co-authored an article titled, “Stick Them with the Pointy End: Examining the Use of Guilty Pleas in Subsequent Coverage Litigation” for the Defense Research Institute [DRI] Insurance Law Committee’s Newsletter Covered Events on September 23. This article discusses guilty pleas in the context of insurance coverage litigation and possible situations in which the guilty pleas are not preclusive. For the full article, click here.
Braun devotes his practice to representing insurers and reinsurers located worldwide with respect to North American exposures. He counsels his clients on liability coverage issues and claims with respect to hospitals, nursing homes, miscellaneous errors and omissions, correctional healthcare and workers' compensation risks. He has also litigated cases at arbitration and in state and federal courts in a wide array of matters.
Griffin focuses his practice on counseling hospitals, physicians, and medical groups on regulatory and compliance matters. Griffin also negotiates employment contracts for physicians and advises hospitals on peer review and risk management policies.
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