Judge: Workers' Comp Policy Doesn't Cover Restroom Recording Cases

ST. LOUIS - Workers' compensation law preempts tort claims against a company for its president's alleged recording of female employees using various restrooms, and the "bodily injury" provision in the policy does not require the insurer to defend the claims, a Missouri federal judge held Sept. 27 (Starnet Insurance Co. v. Corporate Cash Flow Solutions, et al.,  No. 10-1163, E.D. Mo.; 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 138915).

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