Kyle Black is an associate in the Pittsburgh office of Lewis Brisbois and a member of the Commercial Litigation, Data Privacy & Cybersecurity, General Liability, and Employment & Labor Practices. Kyle represents clients in commercial and business disputes in matters ranging from trade secret mediation to complex multi-project construction contract litigation in both state and federal court. Kyle also counsels clients on best practices in information privacy and data security. Kyle also has experience in defending insured companies and self-insured entities in premises liability as well as workers’ compensation cases. Before joining Lewis Brisbois, Kyle practiced with a large regional defense firm. During law school, Kyle interned with the Honorable Mary Jane Bowes in the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, as well as with the Honorable Arnold Klein in the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas.
Kyle Black discusses what is legally considered a hate crime and the various factors and risks that affect whether or not a hate crime case meets the criteria for compensability.
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