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Florida’s Citizens Property Insurance May Be Immune From Bad Faith, But Is Not Immune From Consequential Damages

USA - June 7 2019 A coverage dispute arising as a result of property damage from Hurricane Frances, which occurred in 2004, will continue following a Florida appellate...

Andrea DeField, Daniel Hentschel.

Will Insurers Declare “War”? The War Exclusion, the Ransomware Attack on Baltimore, and the NSA Cyber-Tool?

USA - May 29 2019 The City of Baltimore is the latest victim of increasingly common ransomware attacks. On May 7, 2019, unidentified hackers infiltrated Baltimore’s...

Lorelie S. Masters, Yaniel Abreu.

Antitrust: Yes, There’s Coverage For That

USA - May 21 2019 The May 13, 2019 decision by the US Supreme Court in Apple, Inc. v. Pepper has brought antitrust concerns, and the insurance issues they raise, front...

Lorelie S. Masters.

IP Lawsuit Triggers Insurers’ Duty to Defend

USA - May 16 2019 A federal court in Pennsylvania has held that Liberty Mutual must defend its insured, Hershey Creamery Company, in an intellectual property...

Geoffrey B. Fehling.

Ambiguous “Occurrence” Language Results In Payment Of Single Deductible Despite Multiple Assaults

Switzerland - May 6 2019 The Scott Fetzer Co. v. Zurich American Insurance Co. matter involved a dispute over coverage for sexual assault claims against Fetzer. Three women...

Patrick M. McDermott.