In the News
- CBS Evening News
Washington and Lee law professor Adam Scales appeared on CBS Evening News to discuss a practice where insurance companies make millions in interest by delaying payments to the beneficiaries of life insurance policies.
- Washington Post
Washington and Lee Law Professor Adam Scales looks at the crash of AIG and wonders why the insurance giant's huge profit margins did not draw more scrutiny.
Washington and Lee University School of Law Professor Adam Scales is proposing changes to the way private insurers and the government deal with reimbursements for flood and wind damage.
- Roanoke Times
Washington and Lee University School of Law Professor Adam Scales commented on the $11 million settlement between Virginia Tech and some of the families of the massacre victims.
Professor Adam Scales, serving as a guest columnist on FindLaw, discusses the refusal of an insurance company to provide liability coverage for the Seattle dentist sued for replacing a patient's teeth with boar tusks as a prank.
Law School News about Professor Scales
- W&L Law Professor Adam Scales to Address Insurance Issues Resulting from Hurricane Katrina at Legal Symposium
Professor Adam Scales will join other legal experts in examining the impact of America’s largest natural disaster at a legal symposium hosted by the Mississippi College of Law in Jackson, Mississippi on Tuesday, August 29.
Topics will include disaster response within the framework of the constitution, insurance and allocating the costs of recovery, and land use issues during rebuilding.