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The Specter Of Cyber Breach Lawsuits When There Is No Breach

You are requested not to speak to the man at the wheel.   Vintage engraving showing a captain asleep at the wheel of the ship during a storm. Engraving from 1854, photo by D Walker.

March 29, 2017

A lawsuit targeting a Chicago law firm raised caused some alarm in professional service circles, because it made what at first glance might seem preposterous into a legal case that appeared plausible, and it was filed by a firm with an enviable track record. A post from Sedgwick attorney Jennifer Quinn Broda takes a look at what became of that case, and what it might mean not only for law firms, but for others, including accounting and consulting firms. The author, who represents insurers in professional liability and cyber liability matters, pays particular attention to coverage issues such lawsuits are likely to raise.

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