SAN FRANCISCO - A former employee's allegations against his employer insured raise the potential for coverage under an insurance policy's definition of "injury" that includes "common law claims for invasion of the right of privacy," a California federal judge ruled March 20, denying the insurer's motion for summary judgment in part (Twin Star Ventures Inc., et al. v. Universal Underwriters Insurance Co., No. 10-04284, N.D. Calif.; 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 37628).
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