Ms. Fuller continues to be on the forefront of privacy issues facing national businesses, whether from protecting their own privacy interests or how to best obtain and utilize private information of customers. Understanding the growing concern of privacy breaches, Ms. Fuller works to balance the concern with legitimate business needs in a cooperative rather than adversarial manner. With this approach, Ms. Fuller believes both interests are met.
Ms. Fuller's Latest Cases include:
State ex rel. State Farm v Bedell is a petition for writ of prohibtion, the first of its kind in the United States, concerning the privacy rights attached to a claimant's medical records in the context of presenting an auto insurance claim. Watch the Oral Argument
Martino v Barnett, a case of national first impression concerning application of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, and how it applies to information contained within an insurer's claim file.
Strum v Swanson and State Farm - a case in which damages in wrongful death claims were confined to the tortfeasor' policy, the Court refused to expand the ability of heirs to make individual emotional distress claims under their UIM policies.
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