A Refreshing Bit Of Judicial Candor

Be honest. Anyone who has wrestled with insurance coverage issues has at times felt like Michael Boudin, chief judge of the U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals, in a recent decision: “It is uncertain whether this tangled dispute, with its idiosyncratic documentation, has a ‘right’ answer in any meaningful sense, and given the litigation expenses, it is a mystery why it was not settled. Still, it must now be decided.” Reed & Reed, Inc. v. Weeks Marine, Inc., 431 F.3d 384, 386-87 (Dec. 19, 2005).

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