May 29, 2010 Court, Surveillance, Youth & Schools
John P. Martin reports:
The Lower Merion School District argued Friday that the district’s insurer should pay what could be a million-dollar tab to resolve a lawsuit over its now-disabled laptop tracking program.
In a counterclaim filed in federal court, attorneys for the district also accused Graphics Arts Mutual Insurance of New York of breaching the terms of the multimillion-dollar policy it issued last year.
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