Four New Shareholders Announced

Dickie McCamey is pleased to announce that
Timothy J. Chiappetta, Dorothy T. Daly,
Theresa A. Folino, and Ron G. Jones have
been elected shareholders of the firm.

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Claims Delay Not Unreasonable, In Bad Faith, Judge Rules

An auto insurer did not unreasonably delay processing of a claim, a Pennsylvania federal judge has ruled. A delay in the payment of an auto claim at issue was found not so unreasonable as to constitute bad faith.

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Cybercrime Insurance Outlook 2017:
Man vs. Machine

OSHA Updates 40-Year-Old Beryllium Permissible Exposure Limits

As 2017 unfolds, it remains to be seen whether an emerging trend of stricter readings of cybercrime insurance policies to limit or exclude the reach of computer fraud crimes protection coverage will continue. One case decided late last year illustrates the trend, and the view that whether or not computer fraud coverage applies will be based in large part on the degree of human involvement in bringing about the criminal losses.

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Paul J. Schumacher

On January 6, 2017, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) dramatically lowered its workplace permissible exposure limit (PEL) to beryllium. This final rule replaces a 40-year-old PEL, making the new standards effective March 21, 2017.

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