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Working as an entertainment broker, Risk Strategies’ Abby Flaherty enjoys thinking creatively to help her clients.
COVID’s still here, but with the global public emergency lifted, in-person events have returned in full effect. To keep their guests safe, event organizers and venue operators can benefit from a helping hand.
Given how difficult it is for them to obtain insurance, NFL teams must assume a great deal of risk — but the league is highly proactive at managing it.
This year, 6 brokers from across the brokerage field were named as the 2023 Entertainment Power Broker winners. An additional three brokers were named as finalists.
When the Taliban took over Afghanistan in 2021, broker Seth Cohen met a challenge few in his field have faced.
Risk Strategies’ Edward Shaara shares a peek into what it takes to keep production flowing behind the scenes of major entertainment projects.
Preparing for the worst is perhaps the best way to forestall the liability fallout in the case of an injury or death in the entertainment sector.
This year, six brokers from across the brokerage field were named as the 2022 Entertainment Power Broker winners. An additional two brokers were named as finalists.
Risk Strategies’ Rebecca LaFazia combined a longtime passion with a career in the insurance space, and there is never a lack of excitement.
Entertainment conglomerate Disney is looking for insurance covers for COVID-related production shutdowns.
With the 2021 Olympics inching closer, COVID-19 is still very much threatening the individuals who volunteer for the Games.
Anita Zaccaro went from working for famous musicians to brokering commercial insurance.
Vincent Foderingham details his 23 years in risk, the need for a more diverse workforce and what the industry will look like post-pandemic.
Watching how pro sports navigate their seasons post-COVID-19 — without the fans in attendance — offers a hint for other crowd-dependent businesses.
The virus has made it nearly impossible for productions to get insurance, begging the question will this be a summer without blockbusters?
The latest court decisions involving risk management and the insurance industry.
Hotels, arenas and other entertainment venues are transforming into makeshift health care facilities to aid in the coronavirus fight. Welcome to the new normal in hospitality.
This year, six commercial insurance brokers were named 2020 Entertainment Power Brokers. One additional broker was named as a finalist.
When the insurer of hip-hop artist Fat Joe refused to pay under its music professional liability policy, Fat Joe and his record label took the insurer to court.
Insuring films in Iraq, Syria and Somalia is a difficult job, but this broker knows how to get it done.