After a year of growing tensions exacerbated by the pandemic, organizations must prepare themselves to deal with the unpredictability of human nature as restrictions are lifted and we return to society.
Over the last 10 years, the insurance marketplace and the available coverages have changed dramatically. Many general liability carriers are now only providing sub-limits or eliminating coverages entirely for assault and battery and sexual molestation. At a time when premiums are going up and coverages are being reduced, insureds are looking for more services than ever.
Join Beazley and a risk manager from the University of California for a panel discussion on the changing risk landscape pertaining to the threat of violence and sexual molestation.
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- Examine the rapid rise in claims and the emerging areas of risk for businesses and institutions relating to deadly weapons and sexual molestation.
- Learn what is meant by circumstance and why is it so pertinent today.
- Understand the importance of having a coordinated rapid response plan in place and the assistance of a crisis management company.
- Gain insight from the perspective of a risk manager with first-hand insight into these risk areas.
Head of the Terrorism, Political Violence and
the Deadly Weapon Protection Underwriting
Employment Practices Liability (EPL) Product Leader, UK and US
Executive Director of Liability and Property Programs in the Office of Risk Services,
Office of the President
University of California
Founder, General Counsel
CrisisRisk Strategies, LLC.
Who Should Attend?
Risk professionals, business leaders, human resources officers, general counsel and legal professionals, and professionals seeking insight to protect their organization from emerging risks.