Archive | June, 2012

Business Interruption Insurance

…why your company needs business interruption insurance. Featured in Miller’s July 2012 Newsletter. Contributed by Tricia Cichon Vice-President of Commercial Insurance Operations   For most companies, business interruption insurance may be as important for survival as fire coverage. It is difficult to find a business that did not obtain insurance for windstorm and fire damage. […]

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Susan Kelly quotes me in her article, “Cloudy Coverage? Cyber policies may fall short for cloud computing” in Treasury & Risk.

In her article, Cloudy Coverage? Cyber policies may fall short for cloud computing, author Susan Kelly writes about insurance coverage for cloud computing risks for Treasury & Risk.  She also discusses whether insurance and cyber insurance policies provide coverage for cloud computing risks. The article opens: The ability to outsource a company’s technology infrastructure to a third party via […]

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Storm-Ready Checklist

Web Toolbar by Wibiya April 10, 2012       French Creek State Park forest fire cause evacuation for nearby residents. August 26, 2012   Federal Emergency declared – Hurricane Irene hits Eastern Pa. August 23, 2012   An earthquake, with an epicenter in Virginia, shakes the east coast. While the tri-state area is generally a fairly environmentally -friendly […]

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Bibeka Shrethsa quotes me in her article, “Michaels Has Edge In Data Theft Coverage Suit, Attys Say”

In her article, Michaels Has Edge In Data Theft Coverage Suit, Attys Say, author Bibeka Shrestha writes about an insurance coverage dispute relating to cyber risks, including coverage for putative class actions allegedly relating to the theft of credit card and debit card information. The policyholder and the insurance company dispute whether there is insurance […]

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Bibeka Shrethsa quotes me in her article, “Crate & Barrel Hammers Out Deal Ending ZIP Code Suits”

In her article, Crate & Barrel Hammers Out Deal Ending ZIP Code Suits, author Bibeka Shrestha writes about a settlement of privacy class actions and a related insurance coverage dispute regarding the potential insurance coverage for those privacy claims. The putative privacy class actions were filed in California and related to alleged requests for and […]

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Does a Homeowners Policy Cover Injured Contractors or Domestic Employees?

Homeowners will sometimes hire a person to do work at their home, such as housekeeping, painting, landscaping, etc. If the employee or independent contractor hired, whether full-time, part-time, or one-time basis, is injured, or injures another person, coverage could be provided under Homeowners Liability or Workers’ Compensation depending on the availability of each policy and […]

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Benefits Triangulation Webinar Invitation

FREE WEBINAR HERE!! Are you sure your Workers’ Compensation policy is in line with your Group Health Policy? Do you know why they should be talking to one another? Are you aware of how FMLA and COBRA are connected to both of these coverages? Owners/Partners/Officers excluded under your work comp coverage? If you are unsure […]

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