Legal Update: Overcoming Risks in the New Normal
Insurance specialists from law firm Harrison Clark Rickerbys, will present on how to overcome organisational risks emerging from the pandemic, and will provide a general insurance legal update.
• Managing employment risks around the shift to hybrid working
• Cyber risks and their financial, operational, and reputational impacts
• General update on personal injury claims.
By attending this webinar, delegates will be able to identify:
- How to handle the biggest employment related risks surrounding hybrid working
- When further employment related risk management is needed
- The current cyber security issues you need to be aware of
- How you can protect your business from data and asset theft
- What the latest statistics tell us about the Official Injury Claims Portal
- What can be done to mitigate escalating Health and Safety costs
- Whether the development of the vicarious liability principle has plateaued
Jonathan Edwards, Head of Insurance and Risk, Harrison Clark Rickerbys
Jonathan works closely with insurance companies, brokers, adjusters and corporates on coverage issues, wordings and disputes. He also handles complex claims arising mainly from employers’ and public liability policies as well as motor, construction, property, cyber liability, D&O and management liability covers.
Jonathan greatly values working with clients to put measures in place to prevent or mitigate the effect of a serious incident that would have significant financial and reputational impacts on their business. He provides close support to clients faced with a potentially damaging inquiry, investigation, or prosecution, who need experienced and effective help immediately.
Interested, but can't attend?
Don't worry if you can't make the date/time of this webinar, it is being recorded. Please book a place as per normal and use the webinar link to access a recording post event.
Please note: This event is a regional collaboration between the local institutes in the area. Your booking details will be shared with the Insurance Institute of Chelmsford and South Essex, which is acting as the host institute for this event.
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1 hour's CPD can be claimed for this event if relevant to your learning and development needs.
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