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An appellate court in New York, reversing a trial court’s decision, has ruled that a lawsuit against operators of fast food restaurants seeking damages for their allegedly negligent handling of customers’ credit card information was not a claim for “property damage” and, as a result, the restaurants’ insurance carrier had no obligation to provide a defense.

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