My Chapter on Insurance Coverage for Cybersecurity and Intellectual Property Claims Now Available in the New Appleman Law of Liability Insurance Treatise

Looking for a treatise on insurance coverage?  How about one that has an entire chapter on insurance coverage for cybersecurity and intellectual property claims and risks?

Remember when I wrote that I had written a chapter on insurance coverage for cybersecurity and intellectual property claims for the New Appleman Law of Liability Insurance Treatise?  Of course you do.  And you probably were wondering, “When will I be able to buy that treatise, so that I can have it on my bookshelf and refer to it regularly for all of my questions about insurance coverage for cybersecurity and intellectual property claims?!?”  Well, here’s your answer.  The treatise is available on the Lexis website.  That’s right!  Although you really will want to race right to Chapter 18 – Insurance Coverage for Intellectual Property and Cybersecurity Risks, so that you can read about insurance for data breaches, DDoS attacks, viruses, hackers, cybercrime, and IP losses, you’ll get the whole treatise, too.  It’s a five volume looseleaf set that gets updated with supplements. 

So what are you waiting for?  Click here to order your very own treatise.

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