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Fourth Circuit Finds Insurer Must Defend Data Breach Claims Against Its Insured Under Its Standard CGL Policy

USA - April 13 2016 Commercial General Liability policies have, for several decades, included advertising and personal injury coverage. Such coverage is afforded for...

J. Wylie Donald, Anthony Bartell, Karen Culton, Adam Budesheim, Louis A. Chiafullo.


Plaster of Paris: US Companies Get Wrapped in EU Data Privacy Rules

European Union, USA - December 17 2015 Have any data on people in the UK or France? New EU data privacy rules will be setting de facto global standards that will apply to US companies...

Scott M. Smedresman, Susan Okin Goldsmith, Amy J. Tindell.


D.C. Circuit overturns lower court ruling and reaffirms the ability of in-house counsel to conduct internal investigations

USA - July 1 2014 In a significant decision issued last week reaffirming the importance of the attorney-client privilege in connection with internal investigations...

James J. Freebery, Thomas J. Finn, Paula Cruz Cedillo, Robert A. Mintz.