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 card numbers from payment systems it had supplied.

Rosen Millennium, based in Orlando, Florida, heard...

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