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Extractions: 152 F.R.D. 132 (N.D. Ill. 1993) By: Rick Hammond It is generally a standard operating procedure that a primary insurer will be required to communicate with an excess insurer regarding the status and investigation of a suit or a claim by their mutual client, i.e., their insured. However, when a suit is filed by their insured against the primary insurer because of a coverage defense concerning a fire claim, there is likely to be a strong desire by the insurers for their communications to be considered privileged and non-discoverable, particularly, those communications that took place after suit was filed. Well, the Federal Court in the Northern District of Illinois disagrees. In Allendale, the Court held that documents provided by the primary insurer to its reinsurer regarding the status of the insured's claim and its investigation into a fire were not protected by a "work product" privilege because the documents were created in the ordinary course of the insurer's business. The Court further held that, even if there was a privilege involving the documents, it is waived when the primary insurer discloses the material to its reinsurer because an insurer and a reinsurer do not have a common interest in a litigation case involving coverage.
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Extractions: THE GERMAN ADVANTAGE IN CIVIL PROCEDURE John H. Langbein [FNa] University of Chicago Law Review, Fall, 1985 Our lawyer-dominated system of civil procedure has often been criticized both for its incentives to distort evidence and for the expense and complexity of its modes of discovery and trial. [FN1] The shortcomings inhere in a system that leaves to partisans the work of gathering and producing the factual material upon which adjudication depends. We have comforted ourselves with the thought that a law-yerless system would be worse. [FN2] The excesses of American adversary justice would seem to pale by comparison with a literally nonadversarial systemone in which litigants would be remitted to faceless bureaucratic adjudicators and denied the safeguards that flow from lawyerly intermediation. The German advantage. The main theme of this article is drawn from Continental civil procedure, exemplified for me by the system that I know reasonably well, the West German. [FN3] My theme is that, by assigning judges rather than lawyers to investigate the facts, the Germans avoid the most troublesome aspects of our practice. But I shall emphasize that the familiar contrast between our adversarial procedure and the supposedly nonadversarial procedure of the Continental tradition has been grossly overdrawn.
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