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Lloyd’s Must Defend Merchant From Privacy Law Suit

Lloyd’s of London must defend a merchant against a lawsuit that accused it of violating a California privacy law by selling information about its customers, a federal appellate court ruled, reversing a lower court. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals …

‘Do Not Sell My Info’: U.S. Retailers Rush to Comply with California’s New Privacy Law

WASHINGTON — U.S. retailers including Walmart Inc will add “Do Not Sell My Info” links to their websites and signage in stores starting Jan. 1, allowing California shoppers to understand for the first time what personal and other data the …

Viewpoint: Equitable Subrogation Useful Tactic When Insurer Won’t Settle

Every policyholder will likely face a scenario where its primary insurer refuses a settlement offer within limits. The primary insurer is potentially liable for that excess verdict if it acted in bad faith by refusing to settle within limits. Sometimes, …

Facebook Must Proceed With Privacy Breach Suit, Judge Rules

Facebook Inc. must defend itself in a District of Columbia lawsuit accusing the social network of failing to safeguard users’ personal data and allowing a U.K. political consulting firm to mine the information for the benefit of Donald Trump’s 2016 …