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At Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., we try to learn everything we can about the industries we serve and the risks they may encounter. It’s a commitment that’s embedded in our corporate culture to expanding our expertise, continuing educational development and gathering topical updates to remain ahead of the curve.

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Cyber Liability Insurance

Traditional companies have always relied on insurance as a way to protect their physical assets from loss and damage. It has also been a way for them to cover their liability for injury to others. For today’s technology companies, the need for insurance is as important as ever but its nature has changed. Physical assets such as buildings and inventory have been replaced by network infrastructure and data. Meanwhile, the exposure to liability for physical injury to persons has evolved into damages caused by the loss of personal information.

Tag(s): Cyber Risk; Cyber Liability;

Starting Campfires

There is a tried and true method to starting campfires that protects the camper and the surrounding area. There are three basic ingredients for starting a campfire; tinder, kindling and heavier logs.

2015 Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey: Data Drives Decisions™ Infographic

Employers are on a journey defined by competing priorities: Attracting and retaining top talent, and controlling benefit costs. Begin comparing your challenges and strategies to over 3,000 employers nationwide with the 2015 survey infographic.

Tag(s): Exchanges; Executive Benefits; Health & Welfare; Healthcare Analytics; HR & Compensation; Institutional Investment & Fiduciary Services; Retirement Plan Consulting; Voluntary Benefits; Multinational Benefits & HR Consulting;

Reporting Offers of Coverage to COBRA Qualified Beneficiaries and Non-Employees using Form 1095-C

In late September 2015, the IRS released final 2015 Forms 1094-C and 1095-C, which included new instructions on how applicable large employers (i.e., employers with 50 or more full-time and full-time equivalent employees) should report offers of COBRA continuation coverage. To assist applicable large employers in determining how to report on COBRA coverage and other continuation coverage (as required under state or federal law that is similar to COBRA coverage) offered under this new guidance, we created the charts below. Additionally, we included several examples and generated sample Forms 1095-C, Parts II and III to illustrate how the guidance is applied.

Tag(s): Health & Welfare; Healthcare Reform; Compliance Consulting;