The Connecticut Insurance Law Journal is proud to present Volume 28!
- H. Bryan Cunningham and Shauhin A. Talesh, Uncle Sam RE: Improving Cyber Hygiene and Increasing Confidence in the Cyber Insurance Ecosystem via Government Backstopping
- Josephine Wolff, “Cyberwar By Almost Any Definition”: NotPetya, the Evolution of Insurance War Exclusions, and Their Application to Cyberattacks
- Asaf Lubin, Insuring Evolving Technology
- Erin Kenneally, Ransomware: A Darwinian Opportunity for Cyber Insurance
- Harold Weston, “Commonly Accepted Notions of Insurance” for Captives in Tax Cases are not Common Notions of Insurance in the Insurance Industry
- Kyle D. Logue and Adam B. Shniderman, The Case for Banning (and Mandating) Ransomware Insurance
- Call for Articles!The Connecticut Insurance Law Journal is currently accepting article submissions for Volume 29, Issue 2 to be published in Summer 2022. Submit through Scholastica or directly via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submissions is November 30, 2022.
- Welcome New Associate Editors!Congratulations and welcome to the newly selected members for Volume 29!
- Policing & Insurance WorkshopThe Insurance Law Center & The Center on Community Safety, Policing, and Inequality hosted a symposium on the potential role of insurance as an informal regulator for police conduct.
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