Judy Selby

Judy Selby has more than 20 years of experience in large scale first- and third-party complex insurance coverage matters, providing a full range of services from opinion work, claims counseling, broker liability, settlement negotiations, arbitration and all phases of litigation. She also has given presentations about U.S. insurance coverage litigation to international insurance companies, lectured on the Bermuda Form insurance policy and publishes frequently on cyber insurance for data breaches. She also has successfully negotiated insurance coverage for class action lawsuits, avoiding the need for litigation.

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Information Governance – The importance of putting your data house in order

This blog post is a joint submission with BakerHostetler’s Data Privacy Monitor blog. Information is the lifeblood of businesses today. As the volume of data continues to grow exponentially, intelligent governance of information is essential for enterprises to survive and thrive. Data security concerns, privacy, compliance requirements and the costs of ediscovery all militate toward implementation … Continue Reading

District Court Upholds Da Silva Moore Predictive Coding Order

Contributing  Authors: Gil Keteltas and Jessica Nutt Just as we were predicting that the disqualification side show in Da Silva Moore would “not prevent the district court from reaching the merits of the predictive coding dispute,” Judge Andrew Carter’s April 25th order adopted “Judge Peck’s rulings because they were well reasoned and they consider the … Continue Reading

New Horizons in Three Concurrent Cases: Predicting the Future of Predictive Coding

Co-authored by: Jessica Nutt Add a recent Virginia state court order to the growing list of orders regarding the use of technology assisted review (TAR)/predictive coding to reduce the burdens and costs – and, some would claim, to increase the accuracy — of review of electronically stored information (ESI). In a short order, half handwritten, … Continue Reading