Tag Archives: liability

Marketplace Realities 2016: Bringing the Pieces Together

To transfer a risk is to solve a puzzle. Some of the pieces in that puzzle will belong to the company that is transferring the risk – those would include retentions, captives and other self-insurance options. But most of the … Continue reading →

Our Scariest Architectural Risk – being over and above the standard of care

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An architect and engineer’s greatest exposure is by far his or her professional liability/errors and omissions. The good news is that a properly drafted A&E professional liability (PL) insurance policy should cover the design firm for everything it does as … Continue reading →

Our Scariest Labor Risk – Employees on Social Media

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  Social media presents a unique and “scary” challenge for HR. It’s a tool for employers–for communicating with customers, creating an employment brand, and executing their recruiting strategies. It is also increasingly popular with employees, who interact with their personal … Continue reading →

When Are Corporate Indemnification Claims Ripe (for Delaware Corporations)?

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In a recent decision, the Delaware Court of Chancery found that corporate indemnification is typically not timely until the underlying litigation on which it is based is final and all appeals completed. Continue reading →

Spotlight on Cyber – Boards Lack Understanding of Vast Cyber Risk

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So far as directors’ and officers’ liability is concerned, there is a whole universe of potential cyber risk not understood at board level. Continue reading →

Benign Aviation Market Makes for Happy Buyers

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The airline insurance market is as stable as people can ever remember. Abundant capacity, low loss levels and minimum exposure growth means that it remains a buyers market. We reported all this recently in our latest Airline Market Update. Continue reading →