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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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PEP Talk: Office Comfort Tips

Are you finding that your employees are experiencing more discomfort or having more sick days due to back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome or similar injuries? It may be time to re-evaluate your work station layouts to help reduce some of these injuries while increasing productivity. View some of our suggestions.

Tag(s): Public Sector;

Preview of Critical Care for Compliance: Critical Concerns for HIPAA Administration Simplification

Much of the focus on employee benefits compliance since 2010 has been on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“PPACA”), but other laws, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”), deserve time and attention. This month's topic focuses on the question: Has your organization met the action items required to maintain good compliance health? Preview Critical Care for Compliance: Focus on HIPAA Administration Simplification

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

Law Firm Cyber Breaches. View a Recent CNA Professional Counsel Report

Based on current news stories, we're aware of the depth of cyber attacks in all industries from retail and entertainment to healthcare and, yes, law firms. Once they occur, businesses that are victims to these events are often surprised by the costs of recovery and lawsuits that follow. To provide some more in-depth perspectives, we recently identified a whitepaper published in March 2015 on this topic, CNA Professional Counsel - Safe and Secure: Cyber Security Practices for Law Firms. Read more about this document.

Tag(s): Cyber Risk; Law Firms;

2015 Updated - Gallagher Higher Education Think Tank Study: Infectious Disease Emergency Protocol for Colleges and Universities

Even in a modern world of advanced health care, it is distressingly easy to encounter infectious disease conditions that might present a college or university campus with challenges including recently reported U.S. cases of Ebola and measles. For these reasons among others, we felt it was time to update and re-release our 2006 Gallagher Higher Education Think Tank Study - Blueprint for Pandemic Flu with new information.

Tag(s): Higher Education;

Market Conditions Update: 2015 Asset Manager - Management & Professional Liability

While 2014 was a positive year for asset managers (with the Dow Jones and S&P 500 hitting all-time highs), advisors for mutual funds - and many managed accounts delivered robust returns. Strong overall performance is positive from an insurance underwriting perspective in that investors have less incentive to bring a claim against their advisors when they're making money. This Gallagher Market Conditions Update: 2015 Asset Manager Management & Professional Liability report examines trends that shaped the 2014 asset manager D&O/E&O insurance market.

Tag(s): Management Liability; Equity Advisors;

Articulating an Argument Based on the Carrier's Policy Language

A lawsuit was filed against the insured bank alleging that the bank was involved in a scheme to defraud investors. The bank was advised by the insurer that there was no coverage. The insured asked Gallagher’s Management Liability Practice team to assist in getting the insurer to reconsider the denial of the claim. Working with the insured, Gallagher used the carrier’s own policy language to get the insurer to reverse its decision.

Tag(s): Management Liability;

Market Conditions Update: 2015 Insurance Company Professional Liability (ICPL)

The Gallagher Market Conditions Update: 2015 Insurance Company Professional Liability (ICPL) Insurance report provides an overview on key ICPL issues in 2014 particularly in that primary insurers proved to be fairly disciplined in their underwriting. Increases varied based on the risk characteristics, but for accounts with moderate to low-risk profiles, year-over-year increases were generally in a range from 0% to 10%. So what is on the horizon for ICPL in 2015?

Tag(s): Management Liability;