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Court Finds Crime Insurance Covers Data Losses

data thief-thumb-200x136-17101.jpgA data breach resulting in the theft and use of customer credit card numbers results in significant expenses and penalties for the victim company. Many companies still do not have specific cyber liability coverage and thus can be on the hook for all expenses related to such a breach. The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals recently held that such losses resulting from the cyber theft of customer data were recoverable under a commercial crime policy. Retail Ventures, Inc. v. Nat'l Union Fire Ins. Co., 691 F. 3d 821 (6th Cir. 2012).

Trade Secret Misappropriation: When An Insider Takes Your Trade Secrets With Them

While companies are often focused on outsider risks such as breach of their systems through a stolen laptop or hacking, often the biggest risk is from insiders themselves. Such problems of access management with existing employees, independent contractors and other persons are as much a threat to proprietary information as threats from outside sources.

BREACH OF FIDUCIARY DUTY: HOLDING THE FRAUDULENT RESPONSIBLE

A common theme that arises in business litigation is the role and duty of a fiduciary. A fiduciary relationship is characterized by a unique degree of trust and confidence between the parties. In many instances, the fiduciary will have superior knowledge, skill or expertise. Under Connecticut law the existence of a fiduciary relationship is flexible and will not exclude new situations. However, common examples of fiduciary relationships include:

Breach Of Fiduciary Duty: Holding The Fradulent Responsible

A common theme that arises in business litigation is the role and duty of a fiduciary. A fiduciary relationship is characterized by a unique degree of trust and confidence between the parties. In many instances, the fiduciary will have superior knowledge, skill or expertise. Under Connecticut law the existence of a fiduciary relationship is flexible and will not exclude new situations. However, common examples of fiduciary relationships include:

BREACH OF FIDUCIARY DUTY: HOLDING THE FRAUDULENT RESPONSIBLE

A common theme that arises in business litigation is the role and duty of a fiduciary. A fiduciary relationship is characterized by a unique degree of trust and confidence between the parties. In many instances, the fiduciary will have superior knowledge, skill or expertise. Under Connecticut law the existence of a fiduciary relationship is flexible and will not exclude new situations. However, common examples of fiduciary relationships include:

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