Less than a year after the Epic Systems Corp v. Lewis (No. 16-285, May 21, 2018) appeared to represent a ne...
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On the heels of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) becoming effective in May 2018, California passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) of 2018 (AB 375), which
Following a number of noteworthy cybersecurity breaches involving U.S. businesses, on February 21, 2018, the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission released it's Cybersecurity Disclosure Guidance.
With the calendar fully transitioned to a new year, it is natural to take stock of recent trends within the Directors; & Officers' Liability marketplace, and consider what may be to come in 2019.
Many private companies are evaluating the potential transition from private to public ownership. An Initial Public Offering comes with a myriad of financial and operational concerns.
Recent developments provide examples of business interruption losses stemming from cyber risk, which additionally manifests in claims relating to regulatory responses and shareholder litigation.
Expectations for the 2019 D&O market are for rising rates and challenging renewals. It's critical to understand the expected market environment in 2019, as well as strategies for addressing it.
Today, companies and their directors and officers face myriad allegations from an active plaintiffs' bar calming corporate mismanagement following a negative event in connect with company's operation.
The 2019 second quarter represented an accelerated firming market punctuated by disciplined underwriting with carriers being selective on new opportunities.
Less than a year after the Epic Systems Corp v. Lewis (No. 16-285, May 21, 2018) appeared to represent a nearly impenetrable shield for employers in seeking to quell employee class actions, especially
Distributed ledger technology is a promising innovation in how information is captured and communicated. Cryptocurrencies, such as bitcoin, rely on their underlying DLT platform to offer a...
The European Union General Data Protection Regulation is intended to safeguard the data and privacy of EU citizens. GDPR is leading unintended consequences to companies' business operations.
Directors' & Officers' Liability insurance typically provides worldwide coverage. Even so, the majority of U.S. multi-national parent companies also purchase admitted D&O insurance in some countries.