- Brian Jones Presents at the National Business Institute’s “Personal Injury Claims: The Insurance Defense Perspective” Seminar
- Indiana Department of Insurance Prohibits Price Optimization in Setting Rates
- The Latest Indiana Legislative Update is Here!
- Crash and Burn: Magistrate Recommends Dismissal of Indiana and Tennessee Body Shop Antitrust Cases; District Court Dismisses Mississippi Case
- The Third Indiana Legislative Update is Here!
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Author Archives: Brian Jones
Brian Jones Presents at the National Business Institute’s “Personal Injury Claims: The Insurance Defense Perspective” Seminar
On Friday, August 21, 2015, Brian Jones presented “Ethical Issues in the Tripartite Relationship” at the National Business Institute’s “Personal Injury Claims: The Insurance Defense Perspective” Seminar in Indianapolis. Here is a .pdf copy of the presentation.
The Indiana Department of Insurance this week issued Bulletin 219 stating the Department’s position that the practice of “price optimization” in setting personal lines insurance rates is prohibited. According to the Bulletin, “price optimization” involves “using data collection and analysis … Continue reading
Here’s the latest Indiana Legislative Update from our colleagues at Bose Public Affairs Group. In this issue, developments in legislation regarding: uninsured motorist damages; transportation networks; financial institutions and trade regulation; mine subsidence insurance coverage; securities; vehicle rentals; and political … Continue reading
Crash and Burn: Magistrate Recommends Dismissal of Indiana and Tennessee Body Shop Antitrust Cases; District Court Dismisses Mississippi Case
The ongoing multi-district body shop antitrust case has hit more roadblocks. First, last week, Magistrate Judge Smith in the Middle District of Florida recommended dismissal of all counts in the Indiana case. (Full disclosure: The Bose McKinney & Evans team … Continue reading
From our insurance colleagues at Bose Public Affairs Group, here’s the third Indiana Legislative Update. Topics inside include developments in: Unclaimed Life Insurance Benefits; The Indiana Department of Insurance; Dental and Optometry Service Coverage; Inmates and Medicaid; and Medical Malpractice. … Continue reading
Hot off the presses, it’s the second update of the 2015 Indiana legislative session, with absolutely no mention of #DeflateGate, we promise! In this edition, more developments in: Unclaimed life insurance benefits; The Indiana Department of Insurance; Dental coverage; The … Continue reading
Following up on one of our more popular posts from last year, here’s an update on a key development in the on-going multi-district Body Shop Antitrust case brought by hundreds of auto body repair shops against dozens of auto insurers. (Full … Continue reading