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Section Newsletter Articles on Subrogation

Equitable apportionment applies to subrogation claims January 1, 2013 By Mark Rouleau Civil Practice and Procedure, December 2012 Plaintiff’s attorneys and their clients will welcome this statutory change as an advancement of justice in tort recoveries for injured persons.
Defining the contours of subrogation By Samuel H. Levine Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, August 2009 Subrogation reduces title company premiums which benefit the parties to the transaction. It prevents an unearned windfall. However of most significance in these times, if facilitates refinancing of mortgages in order to prevent foreclosure.
Defining the contours of subrogation By Samuel H. Levine Real Estate Law, June 2009 Four recent cases have addressed the contours of equitable and conventional subrogation in the context of refinancing mortgagees.
Subrogation: against own insured Insurance Law, January 1999 Insurance carrier that pays a claim under one policy may subrogate against party it insures under separate policy.
Subrogation: medical expenses Insurance Law, January 1999 An insurer's subrogation rights are limited to the portion of the settlement relating to accident-based medical expenses.