Phishing For Coverage: When Is Fraud A 'Computer Fraud'?

Law360, New York (October 9, 2015, 2:21 PM EDT) -- In late June, the New York Court of Appeals affirmed a trial court ruling that there was no coverage for a health insurance company policyholder, under a "computer systems fraud" rider issued by its insurer, for an underlying $18 million liability it incurred as a result of paying fraudulent claims submitted by providers for services never performed, under certain of its Medicare Advantage plans....

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