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In our representation of multi-national corporations, small businesses, and individuals, we focus on providing clients with the legal insight necessary to make sound decisions. Litigation can be costly, time-consuming, and without a well-developed strategic plan for resolution, wasteful. Our judgment and experience, combined with initiative, persistence, and a commitment to innovative problem-solving, enables Zelle McDonough & Cohen to provide better, more cost effective legal services.
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Carmel to speak on Number of Occurrences at ABA Insurance Coverage Litigation Committe's Annual Seminar
  Rina Carmel will speak on recent case law on number of occurrences at the ABA Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee's annual seminar in Tucson, Arizona on March 7, 2015  
 
Carmel Publishes Article on ISO 2014 Cyber Endorsements
  Rina Carmel's article, Insurance 101: Understanding ISO's New 2014 Cyber Insurance Endorsements, was published in the ABA Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee’s Coverage journal. The exclusions exclude liability for data breaches, and the article explores whether they may bar coverage for all online activity.  
 
Carmel Article on Cybertorts Published in Appleman
  Rina Carmel co-authored an article on coverage for cybertorts, including the reach of the ISO 2014 exclusions, published in New Appleman on Insurance: Current Critical Issues in Insurance Law.  
 
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