Craig, Annin & Baxter in the News

November 2014

  • Jeffrey Craig spoke recently at another seminar produced by the National Business Institute on 10/23/14 at Caesar’s Atlantic City. It was called May It Please the Court- Effective Case Presentation at Trial

November 2013

  • Jeffrey Craig was a speaker in November, 2013, at a National Business Institute seminar held at Bally’s in Atlantic City, NJ. The title of the seminar was Dirty Litigation Tactics: How to Deal with the Rambo Litigator
  • Timothy Annin was elected Vice President of the American Board of Trial Advocates, Southern New Jersey Chapter on November 21, 2013

October 2013

  • John Grady was a presenting panelist for the Camden County Bar Association for the program – “Representing Physicians in Today’s Legal Quagmire” on October 10, 2013
  • On October 2, 2013. Timothy Annin was a lecturer for the Mid-Atlanic Mariner’s Club program on “HURRICANE SANDY – LESSONS LEARNED” in Annapolis, MD

August 2013

  • August 16th, 2013, Timothy Annin was a lecturer/panelist for the NJICLE seminar “CASE EVALUATING, SIZING & SETTLEMENT TECHNIQUES: WHAT IS YOUR CASE WORTH?“ at the Borgata in A.C.

May 2013

  • Tim Annin and John Grady represent Continental Casualty Company and its Marine Manager, Boat US in an insurance fraud matter in Monmouth County, New Jersey captioned Continental Casualty Company v Gary M. Hochschild, consolidated with Gary M. Hochschild v Boat Owners Association of the United States d/b/a Boat U.S. and Continental Casualty Company Docket No. MON-L-5910-09. Judge Quinn found that for the same reasons that rescission was appropriate the policyholder’s conduct violated New Jersey’s Insurance Fraud Prevention Act, N.J.S.A. 17:33A-1, and ordered the policyholder to pay compensatory damages to Continental Casualty in the amount of $119,992 for the expenses and attorneys’ fees incurred in investigating and litigating the claim. Judge Joseph P. Quinn found that for the same reasons that rescission was appropriate the policyholder’s conduct violated New Jersey’s Insurance Fraud Prevention Act, N.J.S.A. 17:33A-1, and ordered the policyholder to pay compensatory damages to Continental Casualty in the amount of $119,992 for the expenses and attorneys’ fees incurred in investigating and litigating the claim.

January 2013

  • Partner Robert Baxter will be honored by the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Civil Trial Bar section with the section’s highest award – the James J. McLaughlin Award – on February 21, 2013 at the Section’s Award Dinner. The James J. McLaughlin Award is presented annually for demonstrating civility, legal competence and professionalism in the practice of civil trial law. Judge Joseph P. Quinn found that for the same reasons that rescission was appropriate the policyholder’s conduct violated New Jersey’s Insurance Fraud Prevention Act, N.J.S.A. 17:33A-1, and ordered the policyholder to pay compensatory damages to Continental Casualty in the amount of $119,992 for the expenses and attorneys’ fees incurred in investigating and litigating the claim.

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