A judge in the United States District Court for the District of Utah denied Defendants’, Federal Recovery Services and Federal Recovery Acceptance, Inc. (collectively “Defendants”), Motion for Partial Summary Judgment seeking a determination that Plaintiff, Travelers Property Casualty Company of America (Travelers), owed a duty to defend under a cyber liability policy.
Archives for June 2015
The Ponemon Institute released its 2015 Cost of Data Breach Study, finding that the cost of a data breach reached a new record high in the United States during the past year. This is the 10th annual Cost of Data Breach Study conducted by the Ponemon Institute.
On May 7, 2015, Columbia Casualty Company (Columbia) filed a declaratory judgment action in the United States District Court for the Central District of California seeking a declaration that it is not obligated to provide defense or indemnification for its insured, Cottage Health System (Cottage), under a cyber liability policy.
COURT REFUSES PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION TO UNIVERSITY EMPLOYER WHICH WOULD ALLOW NONCOMPLIANCE WITH THE “AFFORDABLE CARE ACT” YOU DO NOT HAVE TO COMPLAIN TO THE PERSON DESIGNATED BY THE EMPLOYER EMPLOYER’S FALSE CLAIM OF POOR JOB PERFORMANCE SUPPORTS A RETALIATION CHARGE THE SUPREME COURT HOLDS THAT COURTS HAVE AUTHORITY TO REVIEW THE EEOC’S DUTY TO CONCILIATE […]