Court Rejects Privilege for “Reserve Amount” Set by In-House Claims Counsel - Presnell on Privileges
If an insurance company may have to pay a claim, it typically sets aside a sum of money—the reserve—to fund that claim if and when payment becomes necessary. And if the company’s in-house claims counsel decides the reserve amount, the question arises whether the attorney–client privilege or work-product doctrine protects thatKeep Reading this POP Post