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Ten Most Significant Insurance Coverage Decisions Of 2014 – Scaling Back Implied Trade Disparagement And Slashing Coverage For Markdowns
Posted on 15 Dec 2014 by Randy J. Maniloff

By Joshua A. Mooney [Editor’s Note: My colleague Josh Mooney is an expert on all things cyber, privacy and personal-advertising injury coverage. If you read his newsletter, The Coverage Inkwell, you know that. If you don’t, check out... Read More

California Supreme Court Refines the Tort of Commercial Disparagement
Posted on 12 Aug 2014 by Tyler C. Gerking

The California Supreme Court has issued its decision in the closely watched case of Hartford Casualty Insurance v. Swift Distribution, Inc. , S207172. I reported on the Court of Appeals decision last year on this blog in the post "California Supreme... Read More

Buyer’s Remorse: Exclusions Serve an Important Purpose
Posted on 30 Apr 2014 by Barry Zalma

No insurance policy covers every possible risk faced by a person or business. Liability insurance policies are written to cover certain risks faced by a person or entity at a price the person or entity finds affordable. Some risks can be easily avoided... Read More

"Insurance Coverage for Intellectual Property and Cybersecurity Risks."
Posted on 20 May 2010 by Scott Godes

By Scott Godes, Counsel, Dickstein Shapiro LLP. Can you think of many, or, in fact, any, companies that are risk free when it comes to the areas of intellectual property or cybersecurity? If you represent companies with risks relating to intellectual... Read More