Posts from May 2024.

Analyzes Illinois Supreme Court case where plaintiff sued his attorneys for violating HIPAA and Mental Health Act by allegedly disclosing privileged health information. Court found Plaintiff waived that privilege by self-disclosing information at trial.


Highlights key points of the Illinois Department of Insurance Bulletin on use of artificial intelligence systems in insurance. Includes guidelines for insurers, navigating third-party AI systems, and potential regulatory oversight.


Explores significance of innocent insured doctrine in safeguarding policyholders who are inadvertently implicated in disputes arising from actions of others. Provides insights into implications of the doctrine for both insurers and insured parties.


Examines Illinois appellate court ruling where context and timing of presentation of consent form impacted consent form’s validity.

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