Andrew Lipton Referenced in Law360 on Insurance Coverage Issues with New State Privacy Laws
Andrew Lipton, Associate in the Financial Lines and Cyber Law and Data Protection groups, was referenced by Law360 in an article that outlines the impending California Consumer Privacy Act's (CCPA) impact on cyber insurance coverage. The CCPA and other state data privacy laws have done more than motivate companies to rethink how they manage consumer data. They also have many organizations thinking more than ever about how they manage their cyber insurance coverage. Andrew Lipton recently wrote an article and noted that "California and New York are just a few states with laws that bar insurance from bearing the cost of civil penalties, meaning policies that otherwise cover those liabilities might not apply in those states."
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For further background, you can read Andrew’s alert "Will California Law Permit Insurance Coverage for Civil Penalties Assessed Under the California Consumer Privacy Act?"
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