Tag Archives: privacy

Duty to Defend Found on Claims Under California Credit Card Act

Among the various consumer data privacy laws are laws precluding companies from collecting and selling consumer credit card information.  When a company is accused of selling its customers’ credit card information to third-parties in a class action, does it have insurance coverage to defend it from that class action?  The Ninth Circuit recently addressed this … Continue Reading

Private Interest Outweighs Public Interest In Sealing of Arbitration Documents

In the past several years, motions to seal arbitration documents generally have been denied in favor of the public’s right to have access to documents filed in court.  We discussed this in a prior blog post in the context of arbitration awards.  But not every court will deny a motion to seal arising from a reinsurance … Continue Reading
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