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A federal judge in California has ruled that Yahoo’s insurer failed to defend and indemnify the company by refusing to foot $4 million in outside counsel fees from litigation over the tech company’s practice of scanning user emails for advertising purposes.

Ian Lopez

Ian Lopez is a litigation editor for Law.com. He's also the author of What's Next, a weekly briefing on the intersection of law and technology. You can reach Ian at ilopez@alm.com. On Twitter - @IanMichaelLopez

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