August 2018 Gary Johnson has been selected as this year’s DRI recipient of the G. Duffield Smith Outstanding Publication Award. This award honors the author of the most outstanding defense related article published in For The Defense or In-House Defense Quarterly in 2017. His article “Planning the Future: Blockchain Technology and the Insurance Industry published in the In-House Defense Quarterly Fall… Read more »
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Gary L. Johnson October 2017 Gary Johnson’s new article, Blockchain Technology and the Insurance Industry, published in the most recent issue of In-House Defense Quarterly, provides an in depth overview of the growing use of blockchain technology in the insurance industry, including discussions of security, privacy and smart contracts. Read more 16J1065-GLJ – BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY_
Gary L. Johnson August 2016 The International Association of Defense Counsel announced at their annual meeting that RBMN’s litigation practice chair, Gary L. Johnson, was the recipient of the 2016 Yancey Memorial Award. This award is bestowed annually on the author of the best article published in The Defense Counsel Journal in the previous year. … Read more »
With tens, or even hundreds of thousands of dollars on the line, subrogation actions are bitterly fought and hard won. Whether you are the plaintiff or the defendant, subrogation claims are not to be taken lightly. The more you know and the more experience you have on your legal team, the better off you’ll be… Read more »
February 2015 Kingston v. State Farm http://www.utcourts.gov/opinions/appopin/kingston150205.pdf The Court of Appeals affirms the district court’s grant of summary judgment to State Farm on a question of UIM coverage under an automobile policy and a separate umbrella policy. The substitution of a vehicle and an automatic renewal of a policy do not constitute “new policies” which… Read more »
Tanya N. Lewis Peters February 2013 Regardless of the political issues currently swirling around immigration reform, it is important to have a grasp of basic immigration law principles when defending personal injury cases. A few recent cases are illustrative of the effects that an undocumented worker’s status can have on claims of personal injury, plaintiff… Read more »