1 03, 2023

2023 PLUS Symposium Series Break Attendance Records

By |2023-03-03T13:54:00-06:00March 1, 2023|@PLUS, Cyber Liability Symposium, D&O, D&O Symposium, EPL Symposium, Transactional Risk, Transactional Risk Symposium|0 Comments

The Professional Liability Underwriting Society recently held its Symposium Series in New York at the Marriott Marquis Times Square. This annual event this year consisted of four educational events over the course of 3 days focusing on D&O, Cyber, Employment Practices Liability, and Transactional Risk. This year’s Symposium Series was the largest PLUS event ever with over 2,100 PLUS members in attendance across the 4 events. Attendees came from 38 states and more than 14 countries. With almost 1,100 in attendance, this year’s D&O Symposium was the largest since 2016. The Cyber Symposium sold out the week before the event [...]

15 02, 2023

PLUS Launches its Third Designation, Executive Lines Professional Liability Practitioner

By |2023-02-15T11:23:52-06:00February 15, 2023|@PLUS, D&O, D&O Symposium, PL Insurance|0 Comments

Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS) announces the launch of the Executive Lines Professional Liability Practitioner (ExecPLP) designation. Created by industry experts and thought leaders, the ExecPLP designation is designed to equip industry professionals with essential education on professional liability insurance, and dives deep into public, financial, and private/non-profit D&O liability insurance as well as other lines that often overlap with directors' and officers liability. "The ExecPLP provides an opportunity for professionals practicing in D&O to gain additional knowledge and display their commitment to their profession and to lifelong learning," Robbie Thompson, CEO of PLUS said. This designation program consists of [...]

2 02, 2023

PLUS Podcast: In the Boardroom with Resnick and Fuller Episode 4

By |2023-02-01T08:50:07-06:00February 2, 2023|@PLUS, D&O|0 Comments

In Episode Four, John and Stephanie discuss how corporate boards and officers should respond to negative financial news and specifically the speculation that a recession in 2023 appears inevitable. Stephanie and John look at this topic through the lens of the liability risks that a recession – and talk of a recession – pose for directors and officers. First, using the comparison of the COVID pandemic, they explore how company leaders and decision makers might be faulted for failing to prepare for a recession. That leads to a discussion of how boards should communicate with shareholders about recession concerns. Finally, [...]

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