Hoffman, David vs. State of Georgia, Office of Insurance Commissioner and Oxendine, John W. Year 2002 Court Georgia Court of Appeals Case Number A04A0134 Issue Discovery State Georgia Brief requesting that the State of Georgia be forced to make the Insurance Commissioner’s investigative study of UnumProvident public. Related Docs hoffman.pdf Author UP's brief was written pro bono by Stephen D. Apolinsky, Esq. of Eastman & Apolinsky, LLP, by Eugene R. Anderson, Esq. of Anderson Kill & Olick, and by Amy Bach, Esq. Related Cases First American Title Insurance Company vs. Superior Court Year: 2006 Court: California Court of Appeal, 2nd District, Division 3 Case Number: B194004 (2007) Issue: Discovery State: California Request for depublication. Plaintiffs must be allowed pre-certification discovery in class actions arising out of insurance marketing and underwriting practices which often involve damages to policyholders that are too small to warrant individual action. Hoffman, David vs. State of Georgia, Office of Insurance Commissioner and Oxendine, John W. Year: 2002 Court: Georgia Court of Appeals Case Number: A04A0134 Issue: Discovery State: Georgia Brief requesting that the State of Georgia be forced to make the Insurance Commissioner’s investigative study of UnumProvident public. Heritage Healthcare Services, Inc. et al. vs. Beacon Mutual Insurance Company et al. Year: 2006 Court: Rhode Island Superior Court Case Number: 2002-7016 Issue: Discovery State: Rhode Island United Policyholders filed an amicus brief to educate the court on why documents and reports resulting from Market Conduction Examinations conducted by state insurance regulators are discoverable in civil litigation. Allstate Insurance Company vs. Pincheira Year: 2001 Court: New Mexico Court of Appeals Case Number: 22,760 Issue: DiscoveryMcKinsey documents State: New Mexico UP opposes Allstate’s attempts to shield important documents regarding claims handling practices based on trade secrecy status. Court should allow discovery of internal documents pertaining to manner of handling claims (claims Core Process Redesign.) Secrecy allows corporate misdeeds by insurers to continue unchecked.