“Where did you go to high school?” is a peculiar St. Louis question that perplexes newcomers to the area. For the insurance savvy traveler here, a new question may replace it: “Where do you garage this vehicle that you propose to carry me and others for compensation or a fee?” That sort of question may […]
Monthly Archives: May 2014
Do ISO’s New “Access or Disclosure of Confidential or Personal Information and Data-Related Liability” Exclusions Eliminate Insurance Coverage for Cyber Liability and Data Breach Claims?
May 5, 2014
A New York trial judge’s recent decision in Zurich American Insurance v. Sony Corporation of America has set the legal blogosphere aflutter with arguments and counter-arguments as to whether cyber liability and data breach claims fall within the “Personal and Advertising Injury Liability” coverage section (Coverage B) afforded by most commercial general liability (CGL) policies. […]