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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, Michael S. Levine.

Court Rejects Insurers’ Argument that Insureds Breached D&O Insurance Policies by Failing to Cooperate and Settling Lawsuits for $222 Million Without Consent

USA - May 13 2019 The Delaware Superior Court ruled that insurers could not rely on Written Consent and Cooperation clauses in directors and officers liability...

Sergio F. Oehninger.