Eighth Circuit Allows Coverage for Wire Transfer Fraud after Employee Leaves Bank’s Computers Vulnerable to Cyber Attack

Jul 13, 2016 By: John K. DiMugno

The Eighth Circuit’s recent State Bank of Bellingham v. BankInsure, Inc., decision is likely to be studied closely by lawyers litigating coverage for cyber attacks under Financial Institution Bonds.

Pharmacy Benefit Manager Allegedly Misleads Investors About Healthy Client Relationship

Jul 11, 2016 By: George F. Indest, III

On May 4, 2016, Melbourne Municipal Firefighters’ Pension Trust Fund sued Express Scripts alleging that the company made false statements about its strong relationship with its biggest client, Anthem.

California Supreme Court Decision Insulates Managed Care Organizations from Liability for Elder Abuse

Jun 30, 2016 By: John K. DiMugno

A recent California Supreme Court decision has substantially limited the reach of the Elder Abuse Act.

Why Should Attorneys Practicing Corporate Law and Professional Record Keepers Study This Book as an Expert Records Management Resource?

Jun 28, 2016 By: Ed Dietel

The question is why should corporate lawyers and professional record managers be interested in effectively managing corporate information and knowledge?

Expectations in dealing with pro se opposing parties

Jun 22, 2016 By: Jeremy Byellin

In this two-part series, we’ll cover what the complications are in dealing with pro se opposing parties, how to deal with them, and some additional useful tips.

California Supreme Court Adds Clarity to U.S. Supreme Court’s Guideposts for Evaluating Constitutionally of Punitive Damages Awards in Insurance Bad Faith Case

Jun 21, 2016 By: John K. DiMugno

California Supreme Court adds clarity to U.S. Supreme Court’s guideposts for evaluating constitutionally of punitive damages awards in insurance bad faith cases.

Preparing Effective Employee Handbooks and Policies

Jun 17, 2016 By: Alan Gutterman

Since employees are obviously essential to any business, companies typically try and avoid misunderstanding by laying out the rules of their relationship with their employees through personnel handbooks.

Where are the new mass tort cases?

Jun 17, 2016 By: Paul D. Rheingold

The number of new mass tort litigations, at least for large numbers of claimants, has dropped off radically in the past few years.

Does changing the locks on a foreclosed Delaware condo make the mortgagee liable for condo fees?

Jun 15, 2016 By: Andrea Lee Negroni

A recent decision rejected Wells Fargo’s attempt to dismiss a condominium association’s claim that the bank should pay maintenance fees and assessments on a unit the bank foreclosed.

On-Demand CLE Programs Gain Wider Accreditation and Broader Appeal

Jun 7, 2016 By: Legal Solutions

The rules governing Continuing Legal Education rules have slow to change, but those changes have moved towards wider acceptance of online, even on-demand, CLE programs.

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