Why is EPLI a Must-Have in Hospitality?

Posted on: April 24, 2015 by Renato Cachina

Businesses nowadays are increasingly facing litigation due to employment practices, especially with the scrutiny that the EEOC places on work practices, such as wellness programs. The hospitality industry is no exception. While your clients can protect themselves financially with the right Hotels Employment Practices Liability policy, it’s imperative that they also understand where their exposure […] Read More

Can Employers Avoid EPL Wage and Hour Disputes?

Posted on: April 2, 2015 by Renato Cachina

Are your clients aware that recent amendments made to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) have made it easier than ever for employees to file wage and hour lawsuits against their employers? According to a report published by Monitor Liability Managers, most wage and hour cases tend to be settled quickly, and employers typically lose […] Read More

Should Company Directors Be On Social Media?

Posted on: March 9, 2015 by Renato Cachina

Social media use has grown at an unprecedented rate over the course of the last decade; starting as a way for friends to connect with their peers on campus, and turning into one of the leading outlets for marketing and advertising for companies nationwide. Over the past few years, company directors who are not already […] Read More

Buying and Selling Real Estate Leads: Legal Ramifications

Posted on: February 25, 2015 by Renato Cachina

Purchasing online leads, or selling them for that matter, is not a new concept for real estate agents. However, many agents and brokers ask themselves regularly, “Is it worth it?” Obtaining leads quickly and efficiently allows those in the real estate industry to remain competitive, given that they have a proactive, targeted strategy. However buying […] Read More

What Does Tax Season Mean for Freelancers?

Posted on: February 10, 2015 by Renato Cachina

What Does Tax Season Mean for Freelancers? With tax season upon us, your clients in various professions are examining their finances, ensuring they are prepared and getting all of their paperwork together. Freelancers, or entrepreneurs, are no exception. In fact, estimating taxes can be an even more difficult task for freelancers than it is for […] Read More

What Makes a Successful Entrepreneur?

Posted on: January 29, 2015 by Renato Cachina

What Makes a Successful Entrepreneur? Quite often, the professionals that need professional liability, or errors and omissions (E&O), coverage are those who work independently. These freelancers, or entrepreneurs if you will, face many of the risks that a typical business owner faces. In addition to the typical risks that a business owner faces, an entrepreneur […] Read More

Advertising Law Trends to be Aware of in 2015

Posted on: January 15, 2015 by Renato Cachina

Advertising Law Trends to be Aware of in 2015 Due to multiple U.S. Supreme Court decisions made in 2014, many industries and businesses are concerned about what they should expect when it comes to changes in their risks and exposures, especially in the Employment Practices and Professional Liability landscapes. The Ad industry is no exception; […] Read More

Professional Liability for Accountants: Tax Season Tips

Posted on: January 12, 2015 by Renato Cachina

Professional Liability for Accountants: Tax Season Tips With the tax season almost upon us, growing business and revenue is likely the last thing on your accountant clients’ minds. However, marketing their business may be more important now than ever. Of course, it’s important for accountants to review their business, ensure they are ready for this […] Read More

Professional Liability Insurance for Memorial Parks

Posted on: December 31, 2014 by Renato Cachina

Professional Liability Insurance for Memorial Parks In August of this year, two families in Houston were shocked and horrified to discover that their respective mothers were buried in the wrong graves at a memorial park; they were buried in each other’s. While the funeral director of the memorial park in question stated that they “don’t […] Read More

What are Key Profit Drivers for 2015?

Posted on: December 17, 2014 by Renato Cachina

What are Key Profit Drivers for 2015? At the 2014 Property Casualty Insurers Assn. of America (PCI) Annual Meeting, insurance and reinsurance executives were polled to discover what they felt the top emerging risks and key profit drivers would be going into the next year. These polls included the third annual Guy Carpenter & Co. […] Read More