In late May 2017, The American Law Institute met to approve its new Restatement of the Law, Liability Insurance. This is the first Restatement to address the law of insurance coverage.
I recently had the opportunity to speak to various elected officials and higher-education personnel in the countries of Georgia and Kazakhstan. I was excited to tell them about the ALI Project on Ethics and that there will be suggested guidelines which will be applicable to any interested public official or government. The audience members were very interested to hear about this timely project. I am sure the project will be met with great interest not only in North America, but also around the globe. It is truly an honor for me to be working with this eminent group of distinguished people to bring this project forward.
The American Law Institute Postpones Final Vote On The Liability Insurance Restatement But That Hasn’t Stopped Six Courts From Already Citing ItRandy Maniloff
For those not closely following the ALI Liability Insurance Restatement, the project, and its process, can seem mysterious. This decision by the ALI, to delay the final vote, hardly solves this problem. So, what does all this mean?
Tribal self-governance contracting/compacting has significantly raised American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) health outcomes, standards of living, and education rates across tribal backgrounds. However, whether the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (ISDEAA) of 1975 empowers tribal sovereignty remains an open question—a question with important policy implications for tribal governments.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has issued a final rule “governing the use of pre-dispute arbitration agreements by providers of consumer financial products and services.”
A brief historical account may be helpful in understanding the uncertainty and the reasons why a Restatement of Children and the Law would be particularly useful in clarifying legal doctrine and in supporting emerging reform trends.