Court of Appeals Rejects Blue Shield's Attempt to Impose a Two-Year Statute of Limitations for Bad Faith

Posted in: Class Actions, Health Insurance, Insurance Bad Faith March 01, 2011

Myrna Kawakita was set to undergo gastric bypass surgery, and her health insurer, Blue Shield of California, initially authorized the procedure.  However, rather than paying for the procedure, Blue Shield rescinded Kawakita’s health insurance policy, asserting that her application contained …

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California Supreme Court Holds that Only the Class Representative Needs to Meet the Standing Requirements of Proposition 64 to Pursue a Representative Action

Posted in: Case Updates, Class Actions, News, Unfair Business Practices/Unfair Competition January 14, 2010

Following the passage of Proposition 64 on November 2, 2004, in order to bring a representative claim under the unfair competition law (“UCL”), a plaintiff must meet the following standing requirements: (1) establish that he or she “has suffered injury …

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