A July 25, 2014 post from The Northwest Policyholder provides good news for insureds, and potentially for defense counsel. The good news? The following quote provides just part of the good news – see the post for more specifics.

“First, the court held that AIG had opened the door to discovery of rates paid by AIG and all of its subsidiaries by admitting that there is an AIG-wide committee that evaluates law-firm qualifications and sets panel rates.”