Check out the upcoming free webinars PLUS is offering this April-June. Learn more about each of them and find out how to register below. You won’t want to miss these sessions!

Commercial & Cyber Crime Risks: A Coverage Labyrinth

Wednesday, April 26th 1:00pm – 2:30pm ET. CE/CLE Eligible. Register here.

Commercial Crime is more than just burglary or theft of cash from a register or bank account, or equipment from an office. A business could be exposed to crime, from within because of employee dishonesty, and from outside and beyond through electronic infiltration and fraud.

As businesses have evolved with more and more of their transactions and operations becoming virtual or having an increased reliance on the internet and networks to grow and expand, the exposures have evolved and shifted more towards computer-related crime and cyber-crime. Cyber and Crime losses can often be misconstrued, and it is not always simple to determine which is a Crime loss, and which is a Cyber loss.

Brought to you by the PLUS Canada chapter, this session will explore Commercial Crime and Cyber Crime exposures and recent trends. This session will discuss how to identify a crime loss and a cyber loss, the differences between the two, and the role that brokers can play in structuring a client’s insurance program to best address both exposures.

Challenges, Risks, and Trends in Construction-Related Professional Liability Insurance

Wednesday, June 21st 11am – 12pm CT. Register here.

This webinar will provide an overview of the construction-related professional liability insurance trends as well as insights into the state of the marketplace and the conditions likely to impact this highly specialized field. Anticipated claims activity, the possible increased scrutiny on specific claims areas, and the potential availability of new coverages will also be discussed. Attendees will gain a better understanding of the current industry challenges, strategies designed to overcome these challenges, and ways to mitigate risks that could potentially impair an insured’s bottom line. Intended audience: This content was developed for those with construction related clients such as general/trade contractors, design-builders, construction managers, owners, developers, architects & engineers, and property managers.