The Art of Persuasion

February 22, 2016

Health Insurers Who Deny Claims in Bad Faith Must Be Penalized

February 22, 2016

Shapiro Sher Partner Alex Brown believes Maryland should penalize health insurers for bad-faith coverage denials.

Clarity of Expression - The Keystone of Successful Advocacy in Dispute Resolution

February 19, 2016

Read the full article "Clarity of Expression - The Keystone of Successful Advocacy in Dispute Resolution" by Paul Mark Sandler that first appeared in ABA's Litigation Magazine (Winter 2016).

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Maryland Reverses Denial of $160K Health Insurance Claim

February 09, 2016

Read the full article on Business Insurance Attorney Blog

Maryland Super Lawyers 2016 list includes 12 Shapiro Sher attorneys

December 15, 2015

Eleven Shapiro Sher attorneys are cited in Maryland Super Lawyers 2016

Hartford v. J.R. Marketing: A Case to Watch

October 12, 2015

Alex J. Brown writes on a decision from the Supreme Court of California that could have implications for insurers throughout the country.

Will the Court Define 'Actual Damages' in the OPM Cyber-Attack Lawsuit?

September 22, 2015

Matthew A.S. Esworthy writes for Criminal Litigation, an ABA newsletter, about a class action lawsuit brought against the U.S. Office of Personnel Management after a recent cyber-attack.

Supreme Court Watch: Montanile v. Board of Trustees

September 12, 2015

On the Business Insurance Attorney Blog, Alex J. Brown writes about an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case concerning a critical subrogation issue under ERISA.

"Ashley Madison Hack May Yield Crop of Reluctant Plaintiffs"

September 09, 2015

Shapiro Sher partner Matthew Esworthy is quoted in ProgressiveLawPractice.com in an article about potential litigation in the aftermath of the Ashley Madision website hack. Mr. Esworthy serves as co-chair of the Cybercrime Subcommittee of the ABA Section of Litigation's Criminal Committee.