Law360, New York (May 2, 2017, 11:30 AM EDT) -- Your website owner client just received a notice of copyright infringement for content found on its website. The website owner’s insurance policy does cover copyright infringement claims. Most insurance policies and their carriers require that any new claim be tendered within a defined period from notification. Under the policy, a failure to tender in a timely fashion may result in a denial of coverage for the claim.
In many claims relating to use of a website, the owner is alleged to be using content asserted to be copyrighted, with the claimant asserting copyright ownership, and the website owner relies on a...
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