Hartford Insurance has asked the California Superior Court to declare that it need not cover Hulu for a class action that claims the streaming website improperly tracks user activity.
Hartford seeks a declaration that its “policies do not provide coverage for the claims against Hulu,” that it has no duty to defend Hulu, and that it “owes no indemnity and no duty to settle.”
Hartford claims it is not liable for defending the class action because the lawsuit does not allege “personal and advertising injury” or “property damage” within the meaning of any of the insurance policies.
Hartford also claims that no coverage is availble under the 2009-2010 policies because the period covered by the complaint does not begin until March 2011.
Categories: Class Actions of Interest