Of the 45 "insurance" cases handed down during the current survey period less than half merit serious scrutiny and comment at this time. Of the remainder, some address themselves solely to procedural issues with "insurance" law providing but a fortuitous backdrop, while others involve only factual disputes raised largely in duels involving the grant or denial of motions and counter motions for summary judgment.
To preserve editorial continuity the cases decided during the current survey period will be discussed in conformance with the general outline and subject matter headings used in past years. Where certiorari to the supreme court has been applied for but not disposed of during this survey period, this fact will be so indicated in the footnotes.
Pock, Maximilian A.
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