New York Alleviates Some Requirements of the Comprehensive Insurance Disclosure Act

April 11, 2022
Rafael Vergara & Monica Doss - White and Williams LLP

After significant pushback from insurers and defendants, in late February the New York Legislature made amendments that reduce the burden of some of the original disclosure requirements of the Comprehensive Insurance Disclosure Act (CIDA). Notably, insurance applications are no longer required and the obligations only apply to cases commenced this year or after.

Reprinted courtesy of Rafael Vergara, White and Williams LLP and Monica Doss, White and Williams LLP
Mr. Vergara may be contacted at vergarar@whiteandwilliams.com
Ms. Doss may be contacted at dossm@whiteandwilliams.com



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