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Richard J. Bortnick is a member in the West Conshohocken, Pa., office of Cozen O’Connor, where he serves as chair of the firm’s Professional Liability Practice Area within the Global Insurance Group. In this clip he makes the argument that privacy breaches do not trigger general liability policies. In particular, he discusses the definition of the term “published.” Click and hear what he had to say.