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Profe$$ional Liabilities

Cyber exposure adds new complexity to an already complex type of insurance By Joseph S. Harrington, CPCU  Networked technology allows professionals to provide even more knowledge and service to their clients, but it comes at a price.  The sensitive, confidential information clients share with their doctors, lawyers, accountants, and other professionals is essentially under siege from computer hackers, some backed by nation-states, which relentlessly search for vulnerabilities in information security.

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    AGENTS E&O—NOT COVERAGE FOR LARGE FLIGHTLESS BIRDS

AGENTS E&O—NOT COVERAGE FOR LARGE FLIGHTLESS BIRDS

Staff understanding of agency procedures is key to preventing claims  By Christopher W. Cook  When it comes to risk, agents may find it necessary to arrange coverages for emu and ostrich farms. Flightless bird establishments present a plethora of risks for both employees and visitors. Okay, I seriously do know what E&O stands for, and I’m well aware that it’s neither emus and ostriches nor my previously suggested eggs and

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    BRECKENRIDGE INSURANCE GROUP CONTINUES TO EXPAND

BRECKENRIDGE INSURANCE GROUP CONTINUES TO EXPAND

Innovation, culture and people help young firm introduce new ways to better serve agents, brokers and their clients  By Dave Willis, CPIA  After an insurance career spanning some 44 years, you’d think Jino Masone would have looked forward to retirement. If that’s what you thought, you’d be wrong. Following nearly a quarter-century at Zurich, Masone stepped out of a very brief retirement to become chief operating officer of Breckenridge Insurance

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Tell me a story: Creditor seeks client’s D&O coverage

Tell me a story: Creditor seeks client’s D&O coverage Winbrook Communication Services, Inc., filed suit against DeSales Group and William York (collectively, DSG), alleging that York had made a series of negligent misrepresentations concerning DSG’s financial condition that induced Winbrook to continue to work on the development of a children’s storybook series and associated promotional items. The series never went to market and Winbrook sued, seeking compensation for work performed.

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How low can you go? Damage award challenged

How low can you go? Damage award challenged On October 25, 2012, a vehicle driven by Sheila Joseph was rearended by a vehicle driven by Gregory Nichols. Joseph filed suit against Nichols seeking a directed verdict as to liability and special damages. The court granted Joseph’s motion as to liability, finding Nichols to be 100% at fault for the accident, and took under advisement her motion as to causation of

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