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Editor: Adam Fleischer, BatesCarey, LLP
Related Acts Provisions: An Overview
Whether a series of claims can be “interrelated” for coverage purposes is an ever-present issue impacting a wide range of coverage and analysis. For IACP members and their claims teams, we reached out to John Zulkey of Hinkhouse Williams Walsh LLP to provide an overview of the issues, burdens and national case law that can provide a primer to your staff. While the article is useful for analyzing related acts in any type of claim scenario, it presents specific examples in the areas of Legal Malpractice, Medical Malpractice, Accounting Malpractice, Employment Discrimination and Dishonest Acts.
Cyber-Privacy Claims Examined Under Traditional Personal Injury Grants
Today’s claims departments are facing a new influx of “cyber-privacy” claims. These are privacy claims arising from internet or technology activities, often premised upon novel and evolving state and federal statutes. To acquaint the claims departments of IACP members with these claims, and provide a framework for analyzing the coverage implications, Michael K. Johnson and Michael R. Velladao of Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP have provided this article, walking through the background of the claims themselves and the likely issues and law that will govern under the CGL Personal Injury grant.
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