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    Construction and Real Estate – The Riskiest Industries? — At the Risk Advisory Meeting in Boston May 29, 2014

    Thursday, May 29th   7:30-9 am

    The Boston College Club – 100 Federal Street, 36th Floor, Boston, Massachusetts

    Join a small group of fellow CFOs, board members, legal counsel & other executives for a complimentary breakfast and an in-depth discussion about the risks that face corporations today.

    This month’s topics:

    1. Construction and Real Estate  – The Riskiest Industries?
      • Construction collapses and other incidents – who pays for injuries?  How does the builders risk policy respond if design error is involved?
      • Insurers continue to add harmful coverage terms and conditions – know about them and fight back
      • The scandal of shared limits property programs with misleading sales pitches
      • The game of passing off liability to the other party – don’t be on the receiving end
      • Legal cases on the above and much more
    2. Why The Insurance Market is Like Quicksand
      • A round-up of the latest insurance industry abuses, and how to watch out for them, including the most ominous sounding of them all – what the courts call “illusory insurance!”

    Seating is limited – by invitation

    Please RSVP with Brent Trethewey at:

    [email protected]  or 617.312.7289

    May 07, 2014

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