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Court Does Not Beat Around The Bush and Is Rather Direct In Rejecting Insurer’s Causation Argument In Computer Fraud Claim

USA - May 9 2022 As businesses continue to increase their reliance on technology, they are bound to face the inevitable risks associated with online transactions and…

Veronica P. Adams, Latosha M. Ellis

Preserving Insurance Assets in M&A Deals: South Carolina High Court Validates Post-Loss Assignment of Rights Under Insurance Policies

USA - April 25 2022 Following a record year of dealmaking in 2021, M&A in the first quarter of 2022 remained strong, despite inflation, ongoing regulatory scrutiny, and…

Geoffrey B. Fehling

Employers Be WARNed: Remote Employees Receive Class Certification in Suit for Wrongful Termination

USA - March 28 2022 While companies develop their return-to-office policies or decide to keep employees working remotely, they should be mindful of potential liability…

Matthew J. Revis

New York Scales Back New Insurance Disclosure Law

USA - March 14 2022 An amended and less burdensome version of New York’s Comprehensive Insurance Disclosure Act is now in effect. As detailed in our previous alert, in…

Joseph T. Niczky, Kevin V. Small

Compliance with New York’s New Insurance Coverage Disclosure Requirements is 30 Days Away

USA - February 1 2022 On December 31, 2021, Governor Kathy Hochul signed the Comprehensive Insurance Disclosure Act (“Act”) into law. The Act expands the detailed…

Sima Kazmir, Joseph T. Niczky, Kevin V. Small