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For Upcoming Virtual Bench Trial on Taxi Insurance Parties Talk About Lawyers Health

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, July 22 – There is an upcoming virtual bench trial set for September 21 before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Lewis J. Liman, in AmTrust North America, Inc. et al v. KF&B, Inc.

It involves insurance policies to limousine and taxi companies - some of them alleged unacceptable risky.  

On July 22 Judge Liman held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it. 

The lawyers were concerned at what the protocols are, saying that at least one of the lawyers has health issue, with another returning from maternity leave.

Judge Liman offered to postpone the trial, but it looks like it will go forward.

The case is AmTrust North America, Inc. et al v. KF&B, Inc., 17-cv-5340 (Liman)


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