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By Shalin Sood, Lydia De La Torre, Elliot Golding
The California legislature made several amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act ("CCPA") last Friday
By India Scarver, Lydia De La Torre, Elliot Golding
This is Squire Patton Boggs' Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Group's second post regarding the recent amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which goes into effect January 1, 2020.
By Magdalena Gad-Nowak
On September 9, the Polish Data Protection Supervisory Authority (UODO) issued its response to the letter of the President of the Polish Bank Association
By Rosa Barcelo, Anna Ciesielska, Asel Ibraimova, Emma Yaltaghian
On October 1 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its decision in the Planet49 case. The decision confirms much-anticipated
By John Hutchinson, Michael Cullers
Taxable debt tempts us to put the Internal Revenue Code back on the library shelf and the tax lawyers back into their pen.
By Jose Martin, Ketan Ganase
On June 6, Squire Patton Boggs' Miami office hosted the Brazil-Florida Business Council and its members for a discussion titled "Brazil Mid-Year Outlook: The Bolsonaro Administration Scorecard."
By Larry Schiffer
The September 2019 Reinsurance Newsletter is now available for your reading pleasure. You may access it on the Squire Patton Boggs website or here.
By Larry Schiffer
An arbitration provision in a contract typically applies only to the contracting parties. Where, however, the contract is incorporated by reference into a second agreement
By Kelly Mihocik
The Ohio Supreme Court recently accepted a case that presents two issues with significant implications for insurers seeking to void policies based upon misstatements in policy applications:
By Larry Schiffer
Manufacturers often face multiple lawsuits when their products fail to perform as expected. Sometimes, the cause of the product's failure is the faulty workmanship of a component manufacturer.
By Larry Schiffer
When a property is destroyed by fire, the property owner's property insurance likely will cover the loss all things being equal.
By Kelly Mihocik
In a recent unpublished decision, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a claim that the insured lacked the intention to kill herself because she suffered from medication-induced suicidality.
By Larry Schiffer
Reinsurance programs are often complex and the calculation of reinsurance premiums can be confusing. Periodically, a reinsured will review its reinsurance premium transactions
By Larry Schiffer
When you are not a party to a legal proceeding, but nevertheless file a notice of appeal purportedly on behalf of a party after a settlement, the likelihood of a positive outcome is very low.
By Larry Schiffer
Liability policies cover sums an insured becomes legally obligated to pay to a third-party as damages for a loss.