Monthly Archives: November 2016

Record Retention – what’s the right number ?

How long should an agency retain their records? While this seems to be one of the most often asked questions, it is also one of the most debated. I have seen articles written expressing opinions that due to current technology, … Continue reading

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Court Finds No Coverage for Credit Card Breach under BOP

The following cited an interesting legal case that was noted in the IRMI newsletter of Nov 16th. “Demonstrating the importance of liability coverage for cyber-claims, an Alabama federal court found that a grocery store was not entitled to a defense under a … Continue reading

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Want to sell more insurance while reducing your E&O exposure?

This sounds like as close to a true “win-win” scenario as one could get. Ironically, the more focused an agency is on minimizing their E&O exposure, the more insurance they will sell. Here is an example… When you provide your … Continue reading

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The Election from an E&O perspective

Election Day has come and gone (hallelujah) and there has been an analysis of the results and the impact from virtually every perspective. However, in reviewing the various news and media reports, I am disappointed that I have yet to … Continue reading

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How easy is it for you to locate “all” of the information on an account?

A problem has just occurred and your boss indicates that they want to see you in their office right after lunch with all of the information pertaining to the file. How easy will it be for you to locate “all” … Continue reading

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