Category: Insurance



Sixth and Second Circuits Rule In Favor of Insurance Policy Holders in Computer Fraud Provisions Cases

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Policy holders alleging that computer fraud provisions of their insurance policies extended to fraud that stemmed from an intercepted email and a spoofing attack notched wins before two separate appellate courts recently. The first involves Travelers Casualty and Surety of America and American Tooling Center Inc., and the second involves Chubb Ltd. and Medidata Solutions Inc.

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DC Circuit Deepens Circuit Split on Data Breach Class Standing

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***09/06/17 UPDATE***

On Wednesday, September 6, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals granted an unopposed motion to stay its decision that reversed a district court order dismissing a potential class action arising from a 2014 data breach Chantal Attias et al. v. CareFirst Inc. et al., case number 16-7108.  The order stays the mandate until December 7, 2017.

***ORIGINAL POST***

Last month, a three-judge panel on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia unanimously reversed a district court order dismissing a potential class action arising from a 2014 data breach,  Chantal Attias et al. v. CareFirst Inc. et al., case number 16-7108.  In reversing that order, the court permitted a health insurance company’s customers to proceed against that carrier, CareFirst, which serves one million customers in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.
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