California Passes Landmark Privacy Act
California enacted landmark privacy regulation when it passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) on June 28. Learn more about this important regulation and how Integro’s Cyber Practice Team will be evaluating its impact on insurance coverage.
GDPR is Almost Here - Are You Ready?
The GDPR go-live date is right around the corner (5/25/18), which means it’s time to check your insurance policies to make sure you are adequately covered. Without an exclusion or affirmative coverage grant, how do you know whether your current cyber policy will cover you in the event that you are faced with an alleged violation of the GDPR? Use these guidelines to evaluate your policy for GDPR privacy-related exposures.
Mitigating the Threat of Workplace Violence in Healthcare Settings
While threats to businesses, schools and healthcare organizations come from many sources, defending a school, church or workplace from an armed individual intent on doing harm is a particularly difficult threat to mitigate. In this paper, Integro colleague Bill McDonough, who focuses on alternative risk programs and loss prevention for healthcare clients, discusses fundamentals for insuring against active shooters and other workplace violence threats.
The Big Chill: Securities Class Actions Record Set in 2017
Now is the time when litigation and economic analysts release their full-year reports. After digesting data for federal securities class action filings and settlements for 2017, it is clear that the year set records for increases in filing frequency. In the final analysis, however, and despite the historic scope of the filings phenomenon, D&O pricing and terms are not expected to be materially impacted.
A Push to Close the Gender Pay Gap: The Rising Tide of Equal Pay Act Legislation and Litigation
Of the many hot-button gender issues in the news these days, equal pay may be the one most likely to result in increased litigation against employers of all sizes. This article identifies the current legal landscape at the federal level, touches on the recent proliferation of new state and local laws enacted to make such claims easier to bring, and explains where insurance coverage for pay inequity exposure lies.