Our cyber insurance lawyers help protect your company’s reputation and bottom line against the most pressing risk management concerns. When facing data breaches, hacker attacks or privacy violations, we have the experience to ensure you obtain the best coverage under your cyber insurance policy.
We work with clients to review, improve and maximize recovery from their cyber insurance. When breach incidents occur, our experienced team handles insurance claims and advises on insurance strategy.
The Orrick Difference
We handle insurance claims for companies in a diverse range of business sectors.
Our client roster includes Fortune 100 companies across industries including entertainment, technology, financial services, retail, healthcare, and social media and has involved some of the largest data breaches. Our team has litigated and secured recoveries for some of the leading cyber coverage cases, including the massive data breach at Sony’s online gaming networks in 2011, one of the largest data breaches in U.S. history. We have also negotiated sizeable settlements for clients on cyber and other claims.
When disputes with insurers lead to litigation, we have significant trial experience and have won jury trials in coverage and bad faith cases. We work with clients to create strategies that drive outcomes that maximize recovery. But our trial experience means a threat of litigation can bring insurers to the table quickly leading to efficient outcomes.
We improve your cyber insurance policy and eliminate gaps by conducting diagnostic policy reviews. We then work with clients and their brokers to implement changes to the policy language that enhance coverage. We have advised hundreds of companies on improving their cyber insurance policies and on maximizing recovery for cyber insurance claims.
Clients benefit from our unrivaled experience and broad range of advice, covering the following policies that may provide coverage in the event of a data breach or cyber-attack:
April.25.2017 - April.26.2017
October.26.2015 - October.27.2015