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Carrier Must Defend Patient Record Release Claim (access required)

An insurance company must defend a medical records company in a class action alleging the company posted confidential medical records on the Internet; exposing confidential medical records to online searching is “publication” giving “unreasonable publicity” to a person’s private life, ...

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Excess Carrier May Intervene in Coverage Case (access required)

In Nautilus Insurance Company’s declaratory judgment action asserting no duty to defend or indemnify Strongwell in litigation over a power plant reactor project, an Abingdon U.S. District Court says AIG, which issued three umbrella policies to Strongwell, may intervene in ...

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Carrier Can’t Overturn Policy Coverage Decision (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court denies reconsideration of its decision that an insurance company must defend tort and defamation claims filed against the Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity under a “Businessowners Policy”; the court rejects the carrier’s claim ...

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Carrier Recoups Defense Costs After Guilty Pleas (access required)

An insurance carrier that provided Indemnity & Liability coverage to Protection Strategies Inc., a global security management and consulting company and government contractor, can recoup its defense costs incurred during the government’s fraud investigation of the company after company officers ...

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