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While many industries are playing a waiting game to learn the extent of the damage that COVID-19 will inflict on their businesses, hospitality is feeling the losses most immediately.
The virus is likely to result in billions in losses for the retail and hospitality sectors. Here’s what coverages could protect them.
This year, six brokers from across the brokerage field were named as the 2020 Hospitality Power Broker winners. One additional broker was named as a finalist.
MGM will pay up to $800 million to the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. What does this say about corporate liability after mass casualty events?
The American company and United Kingdom’s number one pizza brand braces for a no-deal Brexit.
Baseball is allowing itself to run a legal gauntlet that will eventually result in much higher liability than it currently faces in the area of fan safety.
A look a the mental health crisis plaguing America’s food and beverage industry and what’s being done on the ground to address employees’ struggles with mental illnesses.
The insurance markets are responding to the waves of active shooter violence and are attempting to tailor appropriate products.
When it comes time to do a full remodel, there is a prominent risk hoteliers must consider: environmental issues they may uncover during construction.
As attacks on solo employees gain media attention, companies are offering solutions that can protect employees and give them the peace of mind they need.
These exposures are becoming more difficult to cover thanks to worsening weather, a reliance on digital tools, and sophisticated cyber spies.
Human sex and labor trafficking can be difficult to detect and presents major reputational risk exposures.