By Angela Turturro | May 23, 2022
In this Special Report: "New York State Finalizes Changes to Insurance Disclosure Law," "While New Biometric Privacy Laws Have Led to Widespread Litigation and Large Settlements, Most Courts Have Held That Insurance Covers These Claims," "An Insurer's Ongoing Battle To Limit Disputable Discovery," "The 'Related Claims' Provision in Insurance Coverage Disputes," "Supply Chain Woes Bring Contingent Business Interruption Recovery—and Its Limitations—Into Sharp Focus" and "Call to Action: Modernizing the 'War Exclusion' for the 21st Century."
2 minute read
By Jillian Raines and Amber N. Morris | May 20, 2022
Many prudent businesses are revisiting their insurance portfolio, seeking confirmation that their coverage will adequately protect them if they are victimized by increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks, including those connected to the acute conflict in Ukraine.
8 minute read
By Cort T. Malone and Jade W. Sobh | May 20, 2022
Across the United States, legislatures are passing new biometric privacy laws with potentially onerous fines, making businesses who collect biometric information, and the insurance companies that sell policies to those companies, understandably nervous.
11 minute read
By Mikaela Whitman and Tae Andrews | May 20, 2022
These provisions can play a pivotal role in the amount of coverage available for a given claim or claim(s) and can determine whether "claims" trigger multiple policy years or instead, whether those "claims" trigger only a single policy year.
7 minute read
By Brian R. Biggie and Joanna M. Roberto | May 20, 2022
Proactively limiting discovery, or shielding information, may not be an effort to hide such information from a litigant, but necessary to avoid irrelevant information from impacting a motion for summary judgment or more importantly, a jury's decision.
9 minute read
By Steven B. Saal | May 20, 2022
The amended statute clearly places the onus on defendants to proactively address insurance coverage matters. Defense counsel can no longer wait for plaintiffs to pursue the issue and respond as necessary.
6 minute read
By David L. Yohai, Heather Weaver and Sherry Safavi | May 20, 2022
The article examines the potential limitations of CBI coverage and the practical challenges of litigating CBI claims. It also discusses ways to draft stronger CBI policies and the growing popularity of other types of insurance in response to global supply chains that are increasingly reliant on just-in-time sourcing and that continue to be aggravated by recent disasters.
9 minute read
By Angela Turturro | May 16, 2022
In this Special Report: "Embracing the Gains of Virtual Trials," "Independent Liability for Lack of Standing: New York Civil Rights Law §§70 and 71," "Does Jurisdiction-by-Consent Survive 'Daimler AG v. Bauman'?" and "The End of 'Bellefonte': 'Global Re' and the Proper Reading of Facultative Reinsurance Contracts."
1 minute read
By Joel Kurtzberg, Adam S. Mintz and Samuel J. Weiner | May 13, 2022
The Supreme Court of the United States will likely soon resolve the issue when it considers 'Mallory'.
13 minute read
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