CNA is proud to add this new webinar series to its list of Lawyer's Professional Liability risk control programs. Offered in live webinar format on four dates throughout 2023, the program is eligible for the full per-attorney premium credit, up to 7.5% per firm. Please visit the registration page or contact your broker for more information.
There’s no denying that employees’ needs have changed over the past few years, and many workers are paying more attention to their benefits and wondering how to stretch their dollars further. Employers will want to offer benefits to meet evolving worker needs shaped by the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and rising inflation.
This article highlights benefits that are likely to be popular in 2023.
Cyber security threats and trends can change year over year as technology continues to advance at alarming speeds. As such, it’s critical for organizations to reassess their data protection practices at the start of each new year and make achievable cybersecurity resolutions to help protect themselves from costly breaches. The following are resolutions your company can implement to ensure you don’t become the victim of a cyber crime:
Whenever potential damages substantially exceed the insured’s limit of liability, defense counsel needs to be cautious about how settlement negotiations are handled. Click here to read cases in which an attorney’s every action in response to a settlement demand may constitute a rejection if it does not strictly comply with the terms of the demand.
CNA has compiled professional liability Claims data from recent years to analyze trends and provide tips for mitigating the risks associated with legal malpractice claims in plaintiff’s personal injury/property damage.
It is an everyday occurrence. Attorneys refer cases to one another and then collect the fees for those same referrals. Client referrals and the income generated from fee-splitting agreements are not only an important revenue stream but also serve to assist those clients in need of quality legal representation when the attorneys are unable to take on all prospects themselves as a result of unavailability, retirement, or differing practice areas.