Young Published in Coverage Opinions Newsletter
Michael Young’s article in the April issue of Coverage Opinions examines the history behind the 1976 Maryland Casualty v. Peppers decision, a case that helped establish one of the fundamental principles of insurance law, i.e. the right to independent counsel. The article was characterized by the newsletter as being “clever” and “impressive.” To view the full article, click here.
Young, a partner in the firm’s St. Louis office, focuses his practice on insurance coverage and bad faith issues. He is regularly asked to speak about insurance law at conferences and is Vice-Chair of the Insurance Law Committee of the Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel.