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Jim Steele

Jim Steele is a Member at Carr Maloney, PC in Washington, D.C. who counsels insurers on complex coverage matters...

Matthew Berkowitz

Matthew D. Berkowitz is Member at Carr Maloney, P.C. in Washington, D.C. with significant class action experience at the...

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Attorneys Jim Steele and Matthew Berkowitz from the Carr Maloney P.C. law firm address what a party has to consider when deciding whether to make an offer of judgment and what some common issues arise when they are used.

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Published: October 11, 2016
Podcast: The Insurance Law Podcast
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The Insurance Law Podcast
The Insurance Law Podcast

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