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Insurance for Liability Stemming From Biometric Privacy Laws

Identifying insurance coverage for alleged violations of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act can be tricky – but it’s increasingly necessary.

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Cryptocurrency

Custody Problems with Bitcoin And Other Crypto-Assets

While 2020 may be a year on pause, cryptocurrency is continuing at full speed. Preston J. Byrne, Robert V. Cornish and Stephen D. Palley of Anderson Kill offer their insights.

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Insurance Coverage & Recovery

Key Decisions and Strategies in Pursuit of Insurance for Losses from COVID-19

Finley Harckham, senior litigation shareholder with Anderson Kill, discusses tips on how policyholders can successfully bring claims to their resolutions.

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Tips for Dealing with Bankruptcies Caused by the Covid-19 Shutdown

In this excerpt from their “10 tips guide”, Mark Silverschotz, Luma Al-Shibib and Dennis Nolan of Anderson Kill offer a few thoughts on achieving protection from bankruptcies brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Cybersecurity

Adapting to the Steady Elimination of “Silent Cyber” Coverage

As insurance companies continue to look for ways to absolve themselves of liability for cyber-related losses, it is imperative that in-house counsel be well informed about all possible avenues of indemnity for their company.

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Insurance

A Policyholder’s Right to Independent Counsel

An insurance company’s broad duty to defend usually benefits the policyholder, but a conflict arises when the insurer issues a reservation of rights.

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Insurance

Decades of Winning Money for Policyholders

When Eugene Anderson launched Anderson Kill in July 1969, he found a career and life mission that remains central to the firm’s identity today. On its 50th anniversary, Managing Shareholder Bob Horkovich reflects on what’s changed over time and what’s stayed the same.

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