Speaking Engagement

Cyber Business Income Loss Disputes

NetDiligence Cyber Risk Summit

Loews Coronado Bay Resort
4000 Coronado Bay Rd
Coronado, California 92118


Blank Rome partner Justin F. Lavella will serve as a panelist at NetDiligence’s Cyber Risk Summit, being held May 20 through 22, 2024, in San Diego, California.


This program focuses on features cutting-edge content; networking opportunities; deep-dives on claims, compliance, litigation trends, and sector-specific risks. A faculty of more than 100 thought leaders from cyberinsurance, data security technology, and data breach law will come together in cross-functional panels to discuss a broad range of cyber-related topics.

Justin’s session, “Cyber Business Income Loss Disputes,” will take place on Tuesday, May 21, from 9:00 to 9:50 a.m.


Topics to be covered:

  • Identifying the Key Elements of Business Income Cyber Loss Claims
  • How Forensic Accounting Fits in with Business Income Loss Assessment
  • Best Practices for Carriers and Policy Holders
  • Dispute Resolution and Business Interruption Claims
  • Overlaps: Reputational Harm v Income Loss


  • Moderator: Tamara Ashjian, Tokio Marine HCC
  • Rica Herrera, Baker Tilly
  • Justin Lavella, Blank Rome LLP
  • Steve Moseley, Berkeley Research Group LLC
  • Judy Selby, Kennedys

Other sessions include:

  • 2024 Claims & Losses Update
  • Ransomware Advisory Group Updates
  • Anatomy of a Class Action Surge
  • Navigating the Future of Cloud Security: A Fireside Chat with Amazon Web Services
  • Other Lines with Exposure from Cyber Incidents
  • Current Trends in Class Action Certifications & Settlements
  • Wrongful Use and Misuse of Data
  • Assessing AI Risk Management Frameworks
  • 23&Me and You: Underwriting Privacy as a Peril
  • Sector Risk: Healthcare
  • CMMC (Cyber Security Model Certification): Could It Become the Government Standard?
  • Sector Risk: New PCI Rules: Risks, Compliance & Preparation
  • Security Controls for Operational Technology
  • Sector Risk: Higher Education
  • Cybersecurity Insurance & Data Analysis Working Group
  • AI Regulations: International, Federal & the States

For more information and to register, please visit the event webpage.