A question that I often get from clients is one about cyber-insurance. In light of the recent passing of Bill S-4, better known as the Digital Privacy Act, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Act (“PIPEDA”) has now been amended to include mandatory breach notification provisions.
Disability attorneys Gregory Dell & Cesar Gavidia discuss how challenging it is for a disabled claimant to obtain disability benefits when they are receiving or have received unemployment benefits.
In Purscell v. Tico Insurance Co., the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit affirmed summary judgment in favor of the insurer on a bad faith claim.
I look at insurance policies day in and day out—it’s just a part of my job. Every now and then, I come across something that makes my head spin or causes me to do a double take.
Last year I blogged about the requirements for asserting a successful bad faith claim in Tennessee under Tenn. Code Ann. § 56-7-105.
A few weeks ago, we published a guest blog from Dick Tutwiler of Tutwiler and Associates about a large hurricane loss he was handling in Dutch Windward Island Chain of the Caribbean with interesting facts.
After months of negotiation China, France, Germany, Russia, the UK and the United States (known as the “EU+3”) and Iran reached an agreement, the joint comprehensive plan of action (“JCPOA”), regarding Iran’s nuclear program.
One of the great curses of the corporate litigation environment in recent years has been the proliferation of merger objection suits, the incidence of which has gotten to the point that now just about every large merger deal draws at least one lawsuit, and sometimes several.
Although it doesn’t get the same attention as Florida’s other natural disasters, lightning damage led to more than 10,000 insurance claims in Florida over the past year.
The Irish High Court confirmed that an insurer is entitled to rely on additional reasons for declining liability under a policy, although not included in the original rejection letter, and only raised in the context of subsequent litigation.