Hermes Netburn Attorney, John R. Felice, Publishes Computer Crime Insurance Policy Article
John R. Felice, insurance coverage attorney with Hermes, Netburn, O’Connor & Spearing, P.C., authored an article entitled “The Computer Crime Coverage Conundrum.” Recently published in For the Defense, the Defense Research Institute’s flagship publication for the past 40 years, the article provides an extensive overview and analysis of computer crime insurance policies as they relate to modern technology. The article examines the language contained in the various computer crime coverage forms and offers practical solutions for both policyholders and insurance companies to navigate their way through this coverage abyss.
John Felice is a shareholder who has substantial experience representing insurers, insurance claim administrators, and other stakeholders in connection with complex insurance coverage matters involving general liability, property, professional liability, directors and officers liability, umbrella and excess policies, and fidelity and surety bonds. His experience also includes representing manufacturers and distributors of asbestos and asbestos-containing products in toxic tort cases pending in multiple jurisdictions; representing clients in product and premises liability claims; and representing surety companies and contractors in a wide variety of commercial surety and construction-related litigation.