Mar 19 2020
Feb 5 2020
Morrison Mahoney Partner Dan Marvin was recently quoted in a cybersecurity article for Business Insurance
Dec 16 2019
Morrison Mahoney Partner Tory Weigand was quoted in this week’s cover story in Mass Lawyers Weekly.
Dec 3 2019
Morrison Mahoney Partner Bill Schneider was quoted in the cover story of this week's edition of Mass Lawyers Weekly.
Nov 26 2019
Last week, Morrison Mahoney Associate Justin Starr presented at the 20th Annual MCLE Seminar Workers' Compensation Law Conference.
Nov 19 2019
Morrison Mahoney Partners Bridget Lopez and Douglas Price contribute to an article on the front page of this week's edition of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.
Feb 14 2020
In this week’s issue, Morrison Mahoney partner Michael Aylward discusses a new Eighth Circuit opinion restricting the scope of “business risk” exclusion in construction defect cases as well as a new Nebraska Supreme Court ruling concerning “household reduction” exclusions.
Feb 11 2020
In this edition of the Cybersecurity Newsletter, our team discusses a class action lawsuit against the developer of a controversial facial recognition app, cyber threats against tax filers, the first CCPA lawsuit, a major breach that occurred when a laptop in the possession of a company’s vendor was stolen, and more.
Feb 7 2020
In this week’s issue, Morrison Mahoney partner Michael Aylward discusses an important new Delaware ruling denying coverage for intentional assaults as well as a ruling by the Nebraska Supreme Court limiting the application of professional services exclusions you malicious prosecution claims.
Jan 31 2020
In this week’s issue, Morrison Mahoney Partner Michael Aylward discusses an interesting new pollution exclusion ruling for Texas, an Illinois Supreme Court ruling sustaining anti-stacking of Auto policy limits and a potentially consequential opinion from Maryland on the issue of whether ransomware attacks cause “direct physical loss.”
Jan 28 2020
In the latest edition of the Cybersecurity Newsletter, our team discusses an insurance coverage dispute regarding a slowed computer system in the aftermath of a ransomware attack, a class action lawsuit against Six Flags based on the printing of too many debit card digits on the sales receipt, a joint statement issued by federal banking regulators regarding cyber risk amid heightened geopolitical tensions, and more.