Decreased Coffers/Increased Risk: What’s a Public Entity to Do?

In this clip from the 2011 PLUS International Conference educational session entitled “Decreased Coffers/Increased Risk: What’s a Public Entity to Do?,” Robert Spolzino (Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP), Daniel Howell (Alliant Insurance Services, Inc.) and Sean Pattwell MS (Herbert L. Jamison & Co., L.L.C.) look at the potential liabilities of housing violent inmates in county jails.

PLUS members can view this entire educational session by visiting www.plusweb.org/education/multimedia. You must be a member and logged-in to the website to view the multimedia content.

Other panelists at this session were: Thomas Vance ARM, MBA (City of Anaheim) and Susan Kostro (Ironshore).
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