- Blog: Waller Law BlogMajor tax changes in draft reconciliation billPosted on September 15, 2021 by These provisions are subject to ongoing negotiations, and some are more likely to pass than others.
- Blog: Haynes and Boone BlogsBenefit Compliance Tip: Be Sure to Sign on the Dotted LinePosted on September 14, 2021 by Haynes and Boone Benefits GroupBenefit plan administration can be complicated and challenging, but sometimes it is not the complex issues that cause the biggest problems; it’s the simplest, such as remembering to ensure plan documents and amendments are actually signed. Far too often, when new plans or plan amendments are adopted, the board or a plan committee will adopt […] The post Benefit Compliance Tip: Be Sure to Sign on the Dotted Line appeared first on Haynes and Boone Blogs.
- Blog: Hunton Insurance Recovery BlogBefore and After the Storm: Know Your Insurance Rights, Coverages and ObligationsPosted on September 10, 2021 by Michael S. Levine and Andrea DeFieldThis year, like last, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts an extremely active hurricane season. As we write this post, the Gulf Coast, Mid-Atlantic, New York, and New England regions are still recovering from the devastation Ida has left in her path. Now is the time to ensure your insurance program is hurricane-ready. As reported in the client alert linked below, our insurance coverage team provides critical steps that you should take now to ensure that you protect your assets and maximize recovery in the unfortunate event of a hurricane claim. Continue Reading
- Blog: Data Security Law BlogSEC Continues Pursuit of Cybersecurity EnforcementPosted on September 8, 2021 by H. Gregory Baker, Peter A. Nelson, Anthony C. LoMonacoLast month, we wrote about three actions taken by the SEC signaling a renewed interest in cybersecurity disclosure enforcement. In keeping with this theme, the SEC announced a number of significant new cybersecurity actions just last week. On August 30, the SEC disclosed enforcement actions against eight brokerage firms for failing to implement adequate cybersecurity [...]
- Blog: It Pays to Be CoveredWyoming Supreme Court Rules Refinery Company Can Seek Extracontractual Insurance Recovery Against Holdout InsurerPosted on May 24, 2021 by Marc James Ayers, G. Benjamin Milam, Geoffrey Greeves and A. Kate MargolisIn a landmark victory for policyholders, the Supreme Court of Wyoming found that a subsidiary of Sinclair Oil can invoke statutory bad faith damages after prevailing in a coverage dispute with its insurer, Infrassure. The court rejected the district court’s analysis that supported the insurer’s narrow interpretation of the state’s insurance code. On certification from...