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Supreme Court Adopts Narrow Interpretation of Computer Fraud and Abuse Act

Jun 7, 2021

While improper use of information through authorized access may no longer violate the CFAA, it can still wreak havoc on a business.

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How Law Firms Are Planning for Post-COVID Office Life
Bad Faith Construction Case Win for Insurer
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Judge Tosses Race-Bias Claims Over Low-Value Insurance Policies

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Nevada Law Makes Insurance Breed Bans Illegal
Industry Responds to Florida's Sweeping Property Insurance Reform Attempt

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Multi-Million Dollar Award to Worker Who Said Asbestos Materials Caused His Mesothelioma
Florida Jury Awards $5 Million to Patron Shot After Exiting Nightclub
New York Jury Awards Nearly $100,000 to Man Injured by Chainsaw
Worker Who Fell at Construction Site Settles Negligence Suit for $11 Million
Jury Awards $850,000 to Plaintiff Who Said He Slipped on Liquid on Restaurant Floor

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Industry Thought Leaders Reflect on 2020 and Predict Trends for 2021
Bad Faith Claims In UM/UIM Claim Complaints In NY and NJ
McKool Smith Insurance Recovery Team Departs to Launch Boutique
The Implications of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Youth Sports and Risk Management

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Corporate Spend on Class Action Defense Litigation Is Expected to Keep Rising
'Unsustainable': Unprecedented Workloads Are Taking a Toll on Corporate Teams
Insurance Attorneys Were Unplugging Long Before the World Shifted to Remote Work
The Hartford Gives $1M to Namesake City's Asylum Hill
Key Cyber Insurance Issues Hitting the Cannabis Industry


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Insurance Coverage Law Report - Summer 2021

Vaccine Liability: Who Pays if a Vaccine goes Wrong?

Insurers won't underwrite COVID-19 vaccine risks, so the question now is whether governments or manufacturers will absorb the burden of liability.

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