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Be Prepared for the Next Wave of Biometric Data Laws: Five Tips for Businesses

Be Prepared for the Next Wave of Biometric Data Laws: Five Tips for Businesses

March 20, 2019

Advancements in technology have made it possible for more companies to use biometric data to streamline their business, improve security and workplace efficiency, and offer new services and features to customers.

Cybersecurity Obligations and Best Practices for Independent Schools

Cybersecurity Obligations and Best Practices for Independent Schools

March 15, 2019

An overview of independent schools' cybersecurity obligations and best practices to manage risk.

No Offer, No Rejection, No Bad Faith: Georgia Supreme Court Limits Liability for an Insurer’s Bad Faith Refusal to Settle

No Offer, No Rejection, No Bad Faith: Georgia Supreme Court Limits Liability for an Insurer’s Bad Faith Refusal to Settle

March 12, 2019

On March 11, 2019, the Georgia Supreme Court handed down an important decision in First Acceptance Insurance Company of Georgia Inc. v. Hughes, which further clarifies the circumstances under Georgia law for when an insurer may be liable for bad faith in refusing to settle a claim within policy limits.

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