There is an old saying that there are only two seasons: winter and construction. In most of the country a limited amount of road construction can be done in the winter months so as soon as the temperatures are moderate the cones, barrels, barriers and workers come out.
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A frequent (and serious) misconception is that companies without publicly traded stock do not require Directors & Officers Liability insurance (D&O). In reality, much of the case law governing the duties of directors and officers arises in the context of private held companies. This paper is intended to identify the exposures faced by private company directors and officers, and how D&O insurance can mitigate their financial risks.
The question of whether to purchase a duty to defend or non-duty to defend/reimbursement policy form is a common issue we discuss with our clients. Ultimately, the answer is “it depends.”
Late notice is an issue that continues to concern insureds and insurers, especially under claims made and reported policies. A recent case decided by the United States Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals weighs in on the carrier’s side.
What major events impacted the markets in Q2? The professionals of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.'s Institutional Investment & Fiduciary Services practice (Gallagher Fiduciary Advisors, LLC) presented a 50-minute webinar highlighting the capital market changes in the second quarter.
The rules governing cafeteria plan election changes are complex. Our 1 ½ hour recorded webinar covers election basics, an overview of election changes, when election changes are permitted, consistency rules, and administrative considerations.
For the healthcare industry, there has never been a better time for an infusion of “new blood” to create the kind of transformational change needed for long-term organizational health. In our latest whitepaper, we explore how leaders from outside the industry are changing healthcare organizations across the country, where they’re coming from, and how your organization can prepare for what’s to come. So close your eyes, breathe in, and get ready for change. This will only cause discomfort for a moment.
If Ontario’s proposed Fair Workplace, Better Jobs Act (FWBJA) passes, then the rest of 2017 and the next couple of years promise to be busy for employers.
Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits & HR Consulting division of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The July 2017 issue discusses some of the latest employee benefits trends, recent Supreme Court rulings, the latest changes to State laws and a variety of other benefits and HR news.
This Weekly Market Update reviews the top 3 market headlines: “Soft Data” Indicators Shine, Global Bond Yields Spike, Jobs Report Rebounds