On January 17, 2019, Hunton Andrews Kurth’s retail industry team, composed of more than 200 lawyers across practices, released their annual Retail Industry Year in Review publication.
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Hurricane Florence will affect the U.S. east coast later this week with significant damage to property and resulting business disruption. Continue reading for our client alert on hurricane preparedness and the many types of coverage typically found in a commercial property policy.
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In an article published in Internet Retailer on January 11, 2018, Hunton & Williams’ Insurance lawyers discuss the risks retailers face when using smartphone-reliant technology and contactless payment systems, and the insurance coverage necessary to address these potential risks.
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In a recent article published in Law360, Hunton & Williams LLP Insurance partners discuss two recent decisions where an insurer attempted to escape insurance coverage for a Proposition 65 lawsuit filed against a juice maker company.
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Earlier this month, Canada’s transport minister announced that a drone had collided with a commercial aircraft, the first confirmed collision of its kind in North America. This recent incident, which many commentators believed was inevitable given the proliferation of consumer and commercial drones, highlights the potential risks associated with drone operations.
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