Citizens Insurance Company Of America v. Wynndalco Enterprises, LLC et al

  1. March 30, 2022

    Ill. Judge Says IT Co. Owed Coverage For BIPA Suits

    Citizens Insurance Co. of America must provide coverage to an information technology company for two underlying BIPA lawsuits, an Illinois federal judge ruled Wednesday, saying the policy does not unambiguously bar coverage.

  2. June 14, 2021

    IT Biz Says 'Catch-All' Exclusion Doesn't Bar BIPA Coverage

    Illinois-based information technology company Wynndalco Enterprises is pushing back against its insurer's attempt to avoid covering two biometric privacy class actions, saying a policy exclusion cited by the insurer doesn't bar claims made under Illinois' Biometric Information Privacy Act.

  3. April 16, 2021

    Insurer Cites Exclusion To Nix Coverage For BIPA Suits

    Citizens Insurance Co. of America has urged an Illinois federal judge to hand it a win in its suit claiming an insured's underlying biometric privacy suits aren't covered, arguing its policy contains an exemption that "clearly" applies to the suits.

  4. January 27, 2021

    Judge Won't Pause BIPA Violation Suit Coverage Dispute

    An Illinois federal judge has refused IT company Wynndalco Enterprises LLC's bid to halt a coverage dispute with Citizens Insurance Co. of America, which is seeking to avoid defending the company in biometric privacy litigation, finding there is no reason to stall the case.

  5. July 02, 2020

    Insurer Won't Defend Biz That Sold Access To Biometric Data

    Citizens Insurance Co. of America told an Illinois federal judge that it has no duty to defend Wynndalco Enterprises in a class suit accusing Wynndalco of violating biometric privacy by selling access to Clearview AI Inc.'s database to Illinois consumers.