St. Paul Says No Duty To Cover $2.4M Loss After Data Breach

Law360, New York (March 28, 2017, 9:19 PM EDT) -- St. Paul Fire & Marine asked a Florida district court Monday to rule it does not have to cover a hotel chain’s information technology subsidiary for $2.4 million in costs and fines stemming from a data breach in its hotel credit card payment system.

St. Paul told the court that the policy held by Rosen Millennium Inc. — a subsidiary of Rosen Hotels and Resorts — either does not cover or specifically excludes the damages it claims to have sustained from the theft of customer credit...
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