I got this email tip from L.H. this morning:

"This happened yesterday. The Screen Actors Guild on Thursday urged the
Ninth Circuit to revive claims to its insurer. SAG Says Insurer Must Pay
Fees In 'Leave It To Beaver' Suit. 

The Screen Actors Guild on Thursday urged the Ninth Circuit to revive claims its insurer should cover
attorneys' fees from a class action fight with a “Leave It To Beaver” actor over foreign royalties, saying the 
Chubb Corp.unit’s refusal violates the plain language of their contract."

I tried to find out more on the internet.  This is the best I could come up with: 

Law360, Los Angeles  (October 22, 2015, 10:51 PM ET) — The Screen Actors Guild on Thursday urged the Ninth Circuit to revive claims its insurer should cover attorneys’ fees from a class action fight with a “Leave It To Beaver” actor over foreign royalties, saying the Chubb Corp. unit’s refusal violates the plain language of their contract.

During oral arguments in Pasadena, California, Steven Brower of Buchalter Nemer PC urged a three-judge panel to overturn U.S. District Judge Dolly M. Gee’s ruling that Federal Insurance Co.’s policy doesn’t require it to pay the actors’ union for…”
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That’s all  of their coverage I could access/  (It’s a “pay” website for lawyers which I ain’t! )  But, but, but what the hey, we have a lot of great professional reporters here in filmland and I’m sure one of them will get all the facts for a complete story.

Arl

The Ol’ SAG Watchdog

Thanks to LH for the heads up.