Insureon Blog

Three Cheers for the Travel Planning Startup that Dodged a Trademark Infringement Judgment

30. October 2015 08:01
Pinterest sued travel planning site Pintrips over trademark infringement, but the startup's documentation and strong defense allowed it to dodge a name change. [More]

Why You Might Want to Run Those Shoes by an Employment Attorney

19. October 2015 07:53
Chipotle was sued over an employee-funded safety shoe program that led to a $25,000 kickback. These 4 lessons can help keep you from making the same mistake. [More]

$8.9 Million Award to Michael Jordan Shows the Value of Advertising Injuries

8. September 2015 07:37
Michael Jordan's lawsuit against Dominick's wasn't just a sweeping win for the basketball star – it's also a lesson in misappropriation for small-business owners. [More]

Court Ruling Means You Could Be Liable for Butt Dials

25. August 2015 08:02
A court ruled that a butt-dial call isn't a private conversation if the inadvertent dialer didn't lock their phone. These recorded calls can be used to support lawsuits. [More]

Want Additional Insured Status? Start with These 3 Things

19. August 2015 07:29
Additional insureds who don't read the policyholder's policy and don't use specific contracts may be in for a surprise when they try to draw on the coverage. [More]

Business Interruption, General Liability, & Property Insurance: Oh, My

21. April 2015 08:02
An explosion caused by illegal gas siphoning killed two people and destroyed three buildings. The landlord, restaurant owner, and general contractor may be sued. [More]

Lawsuit over Alleged Brain Injury at Dollywood Would Be Covered by General Liability

9. April 2015 07:52
A lawsuit against Dollywood offers a learning opportunity for small businesses about their premises liability and how General Liability Insurance can help. [More]

Court Rules Rick Springfield Not Liable for Derrière-Related General Liability Injury

30. March 2015 08:19
Rick Springfield's bum took center stage of a recent lawsuit. Discover what this strange case can teach you about frivolous lawsuits against your business. [More]

Lawsuits and Workers' Comp and Breaches: Oh My!

19. March 2015 08:05
A curious lawsuit involves two law firms, a Workers' Comp case, and a data breach. Learn about the lawsuit and the three takeaways your business can learn from the ordeal. [More]

Why Lawyers Help: Language vs. Common Sense in General Liability Coverage

18. February 2015 08:10
Common sense played a key role in a blurry General Liability lawsuit. Learn about when GL doesn't cover bodily injuries and how worker classification fits into the mix. [More]