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23 Feb, 2021

Modern Day Cattle Rustling: A New Remedy Under the P&S Act

2021-02-23T13:50:56-06:00February 23rd, 2021|Government Regulations, Latest News|

Which ones did you say weren't paid for? While we are no longer living in the days of the Wild West, livestock dealers continue to face theft—particularly, in sales transactions gone wrong.  Unfortunately, common remedies generally are inadequate to recover the full amount lost.  In response, Congress has taken an active role in protecting the interests of the livestock industry. Statutory Trusts Under the Packers and Stockyards Act [...]

14 Feb, 2014

VALENTINE’S DAY LESSON FOR LOVERS

2018-04-23T20:59:43-05:00February 14th, 2014|Homeowner's policy, Midwest Insurance Law Guide|

  DOES INSURANCE COVER THE "THEFT" OF AN ENGAGEMENT RING  - WHEN A GIRLFRIEND REFUSES TO RETURN IT?  BOTTOM LINE:  NO.  BUT YOU SHOULD NOT CALL YOUR GIRLFRIEND A HOOKER.   It is Valentine's Day, my friends, so let's turn to the fickle issues of love and property for today's lesson on insurance coverage.  Why do we ever intertwine the two?  One is irrational, illogical, ephemeral and incapable of accurate definition or description.  (That would be love, [...]

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