Articles Posted in Duty to Cooperate

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In “Court of Appeals Finds That Insurers May Not Participate in Bankruptcy Negotiations by Invoking an Insured’s Duty to Cooperate,” colleagues James P. Bobotek and Andrew V. Alfano examined a recent ruling by the Fourth Circuit that found, among other things, that an insurer was not a “party in interest” and lacked standing to object to a plan because, by leaving the insurer’s rights and obligations under the policy intact, the plan was “insurance neutral.”