Corona Virus & Business Interruption Insurance

Corona Virus & Business Interruption Insurance

A question we’re starting to see appear is if business interruption insurance applies to a virus outbreak. The National Law Review has a thoughtful article on this topic titled: “Coronavirus: Factors for the Insurance Industry to Consider − Part 1 Business...
Small Projects Carry Risks Too

Small Projects Carry Risks Too

JUST A RABBIT? SMALL PROJECTS CAN BITE Who doesn’t love a good Monty Python reference? With our latest ProNetwork Newsletter, Just a Rabbit? Small Projects Can Bite, we’ve proven that the classic moments in Monty Python and the Holy Grail can be made analogous to...
Abbreviating Dates on Contracts

Abbreviating Dates on Contracts

Social media and even major news sources have been running stories since the beginning of 2020 warning people not to abbreviate the year on legal documents. A date written as 1/15/20 could easily be modified by adding a couple of digits: 1/15/2018, essentially...
Errors and Omissions Insurance for General Contractors

Errors and Omissions Insurance for General Contractors

Errors and omissions (E&O) insurance protects professionals from mistakes in contracts, including items that were left out of the contract. When these items are discovered after the contract has been signed, it can result in a costly lawsuit. E&O insurance...
10 Tips for Safe Holiday Parties

10 Tips for Safe Holiday Parties

It’s that time of year again when we all reflect on the year past and plan holiday parties to thank all staff members for their hard work. Hosting a company party can create liability situations, however, so we thought we’d share 10 Tips from the the...
Overcoming the Lack of Loyalty

Overcoming the Lack of Loyalty

Today’s insurance clientele are much less loyal than in the past. Technology, increased competition, and the expansion of the types of risks and exposures that need insured all play a factor into this shift away from partnership and more toward transactions....