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Nick Reuhs was Quoted in the <i>Indiana Lawyer</i>: "Evolving Law Addresses Coverage After Hack" Nick Reuhs was Quoted in the <i>Indiana Lawyer</i>: "Evolving Law Addresses Coverage After Hack"

Nick Reuhs was Quoted in the Indiana Lawyer: "Evolving Law Addresses Coverage After Hack"

Nick ReuhsIce Miller LLP partner Nick Reuhs was quoted in the Indiana Lawyer article, "Evolving Law Addresses Coverage After Hack."

The article included: 

Nicholaus Reuhs, a partner at Ice Miller LLP in Indianapolis and leader of the firm's insurance recovery and counseling practice, said the biggest takeaway of the G&G Oil decision is the court's analysis of the "resulting directly" language.

"What the court said is, it doesn't mean the bad guy has to be the one pressing the transfer button," Reuhs said. "He's not the one that actually sends the money off, but that's the standard insurers applied."

Reuhs represents policyholders and said the court's March 18 ruling directly impacted one of his cases by prompting the opposing insurance company to reevaluate its coverage position.


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