We’re coming up on the PLUS Conference just next week, and content on the blog has been going strong. With in-depth looks at court decisions from industry experts to best practices regarding cyber crime, this month’s blog authors share their knowledge and insight with the PLUS community. We also have a spotlight on this year’s Conference Cause!
Written content for October:
- Pennsylvania Federal Court Takes a Bite Out of Restaurant’s COVID/Business Interruption Coverage Claims Against Insurance Broker—Dana Gittleman and Timothy Ventura discuss recently dismissed COVID-related business interruption loss claims from a Pennsylvania federal court.
- The Shifting Discoverability of Incident Response Forensic Investigations—With ransomware and cybercrime against business on the rise, Michael Kar outlines best practices for the shifting landscape of cyber insurance.
- 2021 Conference Cause—This year’s Conference Cause is the Dallas nonprofit Attitudes & Attire, helping develop self-esteem, workplace competences, and the confidence necessary for successful life and job readiness.
- California: Court Has Inherent Authority to Strike PAGA Claims as Unmanageable—Jason Ross describes a California appellate court decision that held trial courts possess the inherent authority to dismiss Private Attorney General’s Act (PAGA) of 2004 (Lab. Code §2698 et. seq.) (“PAGA”) claims as unmanageable.
With October coming to an end, the PLUS Conference is right around the corner. This year’s Conference is November 8th-10th, at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas. This premier professional liability insurance industry event is the perfect way to stay in touch with your colleagues and stay up to date on changes impacting your industry. Get more information and register for the PLUS Conference here.
If you have an idea that you think would make a great blog post, podcast, or webinar, we’d love to hear it! You can fill out the PLUS Content Idea form and we’ll get in touch with you about which content channel would be best.
A hearty thank you to all our authors and speakers! We’re looking forward to more great content next month.