Tag: D&O

COVID-19 Lawsuits Could Lead to Wave of Insurance Claims

As shelter-in-place orders begin to ease and businesses reopen, companies should be prepared for a potential wave of lawsuits from customers and employees who may claim to have contracted COVID-19 on their premises. In response, Congress is currently considering legislation to shield companies from liability provided that they follow federal […]

Coronavirus and Insurance Coverage

With the coronavirus, COVID-19, already taking its toll on the economy, are there any existing sources of insurance coverage to help cover the inevitable financial loss? With major sporting events, conferences, cruises and other excursions being cancelled as a result of the outbreak, including the cancellation of the 2020 Olympics […]

D&O Coverage for Cyber and Privacy Related Exposure

It goes without saying that cybersecurity is a top D&O liability concern for organizations today. According to Willis Towers Watson’s 2018 Management Liability (Directors and Officers) U.S. Survey, respondents cited cyber risks as the most concerning D&O risk for 2019. This is not at all surprising given the many recent […]