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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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Crime Loss

A large, public university experienced a large employee dishonesty fidelity loss and filed a claim with their insurer. The loss was perpetrated by an employee in the treasury department by providing university money to a Ponzi scheme as an investment. It was also discovered that the employee stood to gain from doing so with an agreement that the Ponzi scheme leaders would provide the employee with some of the funds on the back end of the transaction. To read more, view our Gallagher Management Liability case study.

Tag(s): Management Liability;

Directions Newsletter - September 2014

Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits & HR Consulting operations of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The September 2014 issue includes healthcare reform updates, a technical bulletin, webinar information and a variety of benefits and HR news.

Tag(s): Health & Welfare;

Higher Education: Top 10 Steps to Comply with Title IX

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, (“OCR”), issued new guidance in 2011 and follow-up guidance in April 2014 which details a college’s responsibility to respond promptly and effectively to alleged acts of sexual violence against students in accordance with the requirements of Title IX. The compliance obligations are extensive and have caught many colleges and universities off-guard. These mandates are unfunded. To help institutions get started and think through how they will fulfill these requirements, this Gallagher Higher Education whitepaper offers 10 steps that should be part of any Title IX compliance program.

Tag(s): Higher Education;

Institutional Investment & Fiduciary Services - September 15 - Weekly Market Update

Federal Reserve governor Daniel Tarullo warned U.S. banks deemed “too big to fail” that they would be hit with a new round of capital surcharge requirements, a move made in an effort to force some to shrink the size and complexity of their operations or pay a penalty. What effect will this have on large financial institutions? Our Weekly Market Update examines the most recent data.

Tag(s): Institutional Investment & Fiduciary Services;

Real Estate & Hospitality Market Update: Summer 2014

We are halfway through the 2014 hurricane season, have had eleven “named storms”, and the biggest threat thus far was focused on the Hawaiian Islands. If we keep up this pattern through November 1st, the catastrophe market will continue to soften for the balance of the year. Reinsurance rates continue to plunge, and this can only translate into better pricing and more capacity for the real estate and hospitality industry. Our report provides an overview of related topics including professional liability, cyber risk, TRIPRA, London real estate markets, workers compensation and more.

Tag(s): Loss Control; Real Estate; Hospitality;

Understanding the Evolving Landscape of Drone Technology & Regulations

The use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs, or drones) has increased dramatically in recent years. Drones — small, unmanned aircraft that are operated remotely — are in the news daily. The strong marketing of the devices to the public - combined with decreasing costs - has helped proliferate these devices, yet the regulation of them remains lenient. Learn more about the ABCs of drone technology.

Tag(s): Aviation; Technology & Telecommunications;

School Talk: Preventing Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure

Every day, students and school staff may potentially be exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM) transferred from injuries sustained by others. Examples of OPIMs include saliva, urine and secretions from a person’s mucus membranes (such as when they sneeze or cough). Most of us assume blood or OPIM exposure injuries occur during student athletic or recreational activities, but don't overlook injuries sustained from physical education classes and even recess. Following are some protocols that can assist you in creating a bloodborne pathogens safety training program.

Tag(s): Public Sector;