Sony insurer sues to deny data breach coverage

Ben Berkowitz reports:

One of Sony Corp’s insurers has asked a court to declare that it does not have to pay to defend the media and electronics conglomerate from mounting legal claims related to a massive data breach earlier this year.

Zurich American Insurance Co asked a New York state court in documents filed late on Wednesday to rule it does not have to defend or indemnify Sony against any claims “asserted in the class-action lawsuits, miscellaneous claims, or potential future actions instituted by any state attorney general.”

Read more on Reuters.  Chris Dolmetsch of Bloomberg also covers the lawsuit.

I’ve uploaded a copy of the complaint and summons  as well as the exhibits.

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