Between the Lines

A Discussion of Case Law and Statutory Law Affecting Commercial Lines of Insurance

Archive for June, 2014

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Bad Faith Case Goes from Bad to Worse: Multiple Damage Awards in 93A Cases Based on Unfair Settlement Practices Should NOT Subtract the Underlying Tort Judgment

Massachusetts Superior Court Increases Earlier Punitive Damage Award and Adds $1.2 Million in Attorney Fees. In the typical (non-insurance) Chapter 93A case, the facts that give rise to the underlying…

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Posted In: Personal and Advertising Injury

Three Strikes, You’re Out: General Liability Coverage and Privacy Claims

Retailer Whiffs on Personal and Advertising Injury Coverage for ZIP Code Claims Policyholders don’t have a great batting average lately for coverage claims under general liability policies where the underlying…

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Our Two Cents on Cyber Insurance Coverage Was Published in MASS LAWYERS WEEKLY

Mass Lawyers Weekly published our letter to the editor on insurance for data breaches, “‘Cyberinsurance’ warrants new, careful consideration.” Steve Schreckinger, Tamara Wolfson and Harvey Nosowitz wrote in response to…

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