Insurance and Risk Management


A Retrospective of eDiscovery, Privacy, and Cybersecurity in 2019
Warner Norcross & Judd
Attorneys from Warner’s Cybersecurity and Privacy practice group and eDiscovery practice group provide their review of 2019’s new laws, biggest cases and most significant data breaches,
Five Approaches to Keep Customers and Employees Safe When Reopening
Schiff Hardin
As businesses and customer-facing companies consider best practices for reopening under the COVID-19 environment, they should develop a thoughtful plan to reduce the chance of exposure to the virus.
Reopening During a Pandemic: Understanding COVID-19-Related Labor & Employment Challenges for Businesses and Insurance
Perkins Coie
In this discussion, Perkins Coie’s Insurance Recovery Attorneys, Jim Davis and Brad Dlatt, interviews special guest Perkins Coie Labor Partner, Heather Sager, who is counseling
2020 Shareholder Meeting Agenda
U.S. Capital markets are facing pressures from significant societal shifts as the novel coronavirus pandemic continues to spread across the globe. For boards and stakeholders charged with governance
The War on Retirement Plan Fees: Is Anyone Safe?
Chubb Personal Risk Services
Almost every employer that sponsors a retirement plan should be concerned about potential liability for a type of exposure known as excessive fee claims. Historically filed against only the largest
5 Tips to Protect Against ID Theft
Identity theft occurs when personal information about an individual is stolen and used typically for financial gain. Criminals can obtain personal information electronically through hacking or
Guide to Credit Freeze
A credit freeze is a free mechanism that allows you to restrict access to your credit report. Although there are limits to a credit freeze, it will generally prevent thieves from opening new accounts
Three Real Estate Contract Questions to Consider Now
Schiff Hardin
Perhaps you hold an interest in an industrial, commercial, retail, residential asset class, or you may be an owner, buyer, seller, landlord, tenant, lender or borrower, property manager, or homeowner
Reboot: Returning to the Workplace
PwC Private Company Services
As states, localities, and health officials begin to set parameters around reopening businesses, bringing your people back onsite successfully won’t be as simple as flipping a switch. Every
Ready to Reopen
As states begin to lift restrictions put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic, a new normal is emerging—a new way of life requiring answers to new and often complex questions, particularly for