Landry’s, Inc. v. The Insurance Company of the State of Pennsylvania
On appeal from the Southern District of Texas, the Fifth Circuit reversed and held that commercial general liability insurer has a duty to defend restaurant group under "personal and advertising injury" insuring agreement, finding that credit card data-breach dispute alleged claims for "oral or written publication, in any manner, of material that violates a person's right of privacy," though claims against insured were brought by credit card processing company, and not individual customers.
commercial general liablity policy, advertising injury, coverage B, data-breach, oral or written publication, right of privacy, credit card information
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