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April 2016

Insurer Must Defend Class-Action Suit Alleging Unauthorized Disclosure of Medical Records

In a recent decision of interest to corporate policyholders exposed to liability claims for data breaches or unauthorized disclosure of confidential information, a federal circuit court of appeals has ruled that coverage for liability claims arising from the unlawful exposure of medical records over the internet may exist under a... Read more →


IS AN INSURER'S RIGHT TO CANCEL AN INSURANCE POLICY FOR NON-PAYMENT OF PREMIUM ABSOLUTE?

There is an old adage in the legal profession that bad facts can make bad law. A recent Connecticut Superior Court decision serves as an example that an insurer’s right to cancel an insurance policy for nonpayment of premium is not absolute. In 21st Century North America Insurance Company v.... Read more →