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Contract Terms are Challenging

The sign of a robust economy is the number of contracts we are asked to review for our clients. Boston is genuinely a hub of global technology services, contracting with some of the world’s largest enterprises.

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“Social Engineering” Crimes & Insurance

Most crime insurance policies exclude coverage when an employee is tricked into transferring money or property to an unauthorized party. This is considered to be willingly transferred, and is commonly known now as a “Social Engineering” crime. Social Engineering is not within the scope of most existing crime policies, which are intended for crimes such as holdups, robbery, or computer hacking by an outsider. Willingly parting with money or property is also a standard exclusion on crime policies.

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