webinarBradley’s Policyholder Insurance Group is pleased to present “Is the Cyber Liability Exclusion the New Pollution Exclusion? Analyzing Commercial and Product Liability Coverage Issues in Today’s Connected World” as part of our ongoing Policyholder Insurance Webinar Series.

This webinar will feature detailed information about the potential risks and coverage gaps facing policyholders presented by Bradley attorney Katherine J. Henry.

When: Thursday, September 28, 2017, 11:30AM – 12:30PM CST

Where: Webinar Registration

What: Decades ago, insurance companies added a total pollution exclusion to commercial general liability policies in response to rulings allowing coverage for the costs of pollution cleanup. In the years after insurance companies first included this exclusion, insurers used the broad wording of the pollution exclusion to deny coverage for an increasingly larger amount of alleged contaminants. Today, commercial policyholders may face the same risks with the cyber liability exclusion. Intended to exclude coverage for data-breach-related claims under CGL policies, the broad wording of the cyber liability exclusion creates the potential for similar expansion  and resulting coverage gaps in today’s interconnected world. Join us for a detailed discussion of the potential risks and coverage gaps facing policyholders, as well as strategies for preserving coverage
and eliminating potential gaps.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Upcoming webinars in the Policyholder Insurance Webinar Series:

  • Thursday, October 19: What Blockchain Means for Your Insurance
  • Thursday, November 9: Is That Drone Insured?

webinarBradley’s Policyholder Insurance Group is pleased to present “Flood Insurance for Lenders: ABCs of Flood Insurance Compliance” as part of our ongoing Policyholder Insurance Webinar Series.

This webinar will feature detailed information about flood insurance compliance presented by Bradley attorneys Katherine J. Henry and Heather Howell Wright.

When: Thursday, June 22, 2017, 11:30AM – 12:30PM CST

Where: Webinar Registration

What: Before a federally regulated lender makes a loan secured by real property, the lender must determine whether any structures on the real property are located in a special flood hazard area (SFHA) where flood insurance is available under the National Flood Insurance Program. Flood insurance is required if a lender takes a security interest in improved real estate that is located in an SFHA.This webinar will discuss the basic flood insurance compliance requirements applicable to lenders and servicers of residential and commercial loans. Topics discussed will include identifying the right amount of coverage, determining insurable value, force-placing flood insurance, escrow of flood insurance premiums under recent final rule making, and potential enforcement actions for failure to comply with these requirements.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Upcoming webinars in the Policyholder Insurance Webinar Series:

  • Thursday, September 28: Securing and Insuring the Internet of Things
  • Thursday, October 19: What Blockchain Means for Your Insurance
  • Thursday, November 9: Is That Drone Insured?

RIMS 2017: Risk Revolution is less than two weeks away… are you going? Bradley’s Policyholder Insurance Coverage team is!

When: April 23-26, 2017

Where: Philadelphia, PA

What: Visit us at Booth 2734 (map of exhibit floor) to meet some of Bradley’s coverage attorneys and learn about key issues facing policyholders in today’s complicated insurance landscape. We look forward to seeing you at RIMS 2017.

For more information about the event visit the RIMS 2017 website.

webinarBradley’s Policyholder Insurance Group is pleased to present “Navigating Your Cyber Liability Policy” as part of our ongoing Insurance Policyholder Webinar Series.

This webinar will feature detailed information about cyber insurance presented by Bradley attorneys Katherine J. Henry and Emily M. Ruzic.

When: Thursday, April 13, 2017, 11:30AM – 12:30PM CST

Where: Webinar Registration

What: Does it pay to be covered for cyber liability? For many companies, the answer is an unqualified “yes.” During this webinar, you will learn about the types of cyber insurance coverage available in the insurance market today, including coverage for business interruption and cyber extortion, as well as pre- and post-loss services included in cyber policies. This webinar will provide the tools necessary to evaluate whether your company would benefit from cyber insurance, an increasingly important part of corporate insurance programs.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Upcoming webinars in the Insurance Policyholder Webinar Series:

  • Thursday, June 22: Finance Insurance
  • Thursday, September 28: Securing and Insuring the Internet of Things
  • Thursday, October 19: What Blockchain Means for Your Insurance
  • Thursday, November 9: Is That Drone Insured?

litigation lunch and learnBradley’s Policyholder Insurance Group is pleased present “It Pays to be Covered: Business Interruption and Contingent Business Interruption Coverage” as part of Bradley’s ongoing Litigation Lunch & Learn Series.

This presentation will feature a detailed discussion between Katherine J. Henry, Chair of Bradley’s Policyholder Insurance Group, William Dodson, Senior Vice President at Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., and Matthew R. Loughman, an Underwriting Officer at Travelers.

When: Wednesday, March 22, 2017, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm CT

Where: Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP

One Federal Place, 1819 5th Avenue, North, Birmingham, AL 35203

What: In today’s interconnected world, almost no business is entirely self-sufficient. Businesses of all types alike rely on “just-in-time” supplies of critical goods and materials to produce and sell goods rather than maintain costly warehouses. When tomorrow’s product depends on today’s delivery, even the smallest disruption in your supply chain can cause substantial losses. Similarly, if a significant customer suffers property damage and needs to shut down its operations, the resulting losses can lead to significant losses, including excess inventory, cancelled orders, and skyrocketing expense ratios. More directly, a necessary interruption of your own operations arising from property damage can lead to cascading losses. Business interruption and contingent business interruption insurance can provide coverage for these risks, but you need to be aware of the particular nuances of this type of specialized insurance to maximize your protection while minimizing premium costs. Join us for a discussion of the intricacies of business interruption and contingent business interruption insurance to learn how to best protect your company from these risks.

To register and attend the event, click here to register.

We look forward to seeing you there!