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Guest Post: War Exclusions and Cyber Attacks

In June 2017, the food company Mondelez International was one of the companies hit by the major global computer malware attack dubbed NotPetya. According to news reports, the malware caused damage to the company’s network servers and computers in excess of $100 million. Various sources have attributed the malware attack to the Russian military. Mondelez … Continue Reading

On the Meaning of “War”

Many insurance policies contain a war exclusion precluding coverage for loss caused by war. But in world where violent conflicts involve a wide variety of different groups and parties, what exactly constitutes “war”? In a recent coverage dispute presenting this issue, a federal judge concluded that the 2014 armed conflict between Israel and Hamas disrupted … Continue Reading
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