7 09, 2023

PLUS Podcast: The Employment Law Counselor hosted by Jeff Stewart Episode 5

By |2023-09-07T13:25:22-05:00September 7, 2023|@PLUS, EPLI|0 Comments

Documents are important for employers and supervisors to obtain and control the narrative to avoid litigation in layoffs or terminations. In many cases, documentation will stop a claim before it starts. In the newest episode of the Employment Law Counselor hosted by Jeff Stewart in collaboration with Professional Liability Underwriting Society, Laura Corvo, attorney at White and Williams, joins Jeff for a discussion on documentation and how employers can create effective documents before problems arise. You can listen to the podcast episode below or for easy access on the go, listen to the podcast on the PLUS Connect App. The transcript for [...]

5 09, 2023

PLUS Content Recap June-August 2023

By |2023-09-05T14:55:41-05:00September 5, 2023|@PLUS, PL Insurance, PLUS News|0 Comments

This summer, our blog contributors have been very busy creating valuable content for our members. Take a look what new podcasts and articles we have released this June-August. Click on each title below to view the blog post. Written Content: Professional Liability Risks & Trends Series: Bill Fleming -- In this blog series, PLUS consults industry experts to discuss current trends in the market. This edition features Bill Fleming, a regular contributor to PLUS curriculum and content. In this interview, Bill highlights risks and trends in Medical and Healthcare Professional Liability. Consider the Charge Before Responding to an EEOC Investigation [...]

31 08, 2023

PLUS Podcast: In the Boardroom with Resnick and Fuller Episode 6

By |2023-08-31T08:56:19-05:00August 31, 2023|@PLUS, D&O, PL Insurance|0 Comments

In today’s episode, Stephanie and John discuss a recent Supreme Court decision that has the potential to upset well-settled law on the fundamental question of when a court may exercise jurisdiction over a corporate defendant. Ultimately, the decision enforced a Pennsylvania law requiring out-of-state companies that register to do business in Pennsylvania to agree to appear in Pennsylvania courts on “any cause of action” against them. The plaintiff in the case is a Norfolk Southern employee who lives in Virginia and never worked in Pennsylvania. Stephanie and John will explore the short-term and long-term effects of the Mallory decision, including [...]

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