TICL Journal

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    The Torts, Insurance & Compensation Law Section (TICL) Journal features peer-written substantive articles relating to the practice of torts, insurance and compensation law on various topics including workers' compensation, medical malpractice, products liability, depositions and trial preparation. Edited by David A. Glazer, Esq., the TICL Journal is published by the Torts, Insurance & Compensation Law Section and distributed to Section Members free of charge.

    The TICL Journal is published as a benefit for members of the Torts, Insurance & Compensation Law Section and is copyrighted by the New York State Bar Association. The copying, reselling, duplication, transferring, reproducing, reusing, retaining or reprinting of this publication is strictly prohibited without permission. © New York State Bar Association.
    All rights reserved. ISSN 1530-390X (print)   ISSN 1933-8503 (online)

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  • Table of Contents Current Issue
    Winter 2013

    A View from the Chair
    (Robert F. McCarthy)

    Articles

    Do Employers Have the Right to Demand Social Media Passwords from Job Applicants and Employees? If So, Is It Good Practice—and How May the Accessed Information Be Used?
    (Denine K. Carr)

    Ethical Rules Relating to Social Media Investigation and Discovery

    (Odette J. Belton)

    Insurance Recovery After Hurricane Sandy: Correcting the Improper Depreciation of Intangibles Under Property Insurance Policies

    (Don Wood and John Wood)

    Tips for Writing a Good Coverage Letter and Avoiding Common Pitfalls

    (Dan D. Kohane and Elizabeth A. Fitzpatrick)

    The New Wave of Food Labeling Litigation: Primary Defenses and Practical Considerations

    (Andrew J. Scholz, Matthew R. Shindell, and Matthew D. Cabral)

    The Right of Publicity: Show Me the Money

    (James A. Johnson)

    The Adequacy of Expert Disclosure in Motion Practice

    (David A. Glazer)

    The Prehearing Conference Statement: Necessary or Sheer Redundancy?

    (Moya M. O’Connor)

    How Does a Brain Injury Qualify as a Grave Injury?
    (Allison Marley)

    Ethical Boundaries in Settlement Discussions
    (Eileen E. Buholtz)