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Join us for an educational session where USC will discuss:
The Insurance Services Office has again scaled-back coverage support for contractual risk transfer among commercial entities. The latest iteration of the so-called ” blanket” additional insured endorsement is known as the April 2013 edition. It compounds the limiting effects of the narrowed causation trigger initiated in the 2004 edition, the terms and application of which remains unresolved by most courts and has complicated smooth, cost-effective coverage determinations and claim adjustment. Many parties to risk transfer will be disappointed with the diminished and uncertain boundaries of additional insured status provided by the new “blankets,” as they cover comparatively little and are drafted to be ineffective when the underlying contract is subject to anti-indemnity rules.
Bottom Line: The specific terms of indemnity agreements and associated insurance requirements will now define the scope of additional insured status, which has traditionally afforded the beneficiary a bundle of rights well beyond the particular contract terms.
Under the April 2013 AI blanket ISO form CG 20 38 04 13, the coverage afforded the intended AI beneficiary applies:
1. Only to the extent permitted by law , a vague but unmistakable reference to anti-indemnity statutes that most courts have traditionally declared have no effect on defense and coverage obligations under standard ISO policy terms.
2. No more broadly than specified in the contract calling for AI status.
3. With reduced monetary limits when the contract requires less than what is provided to the indemnifying named insured on its declarations page.
Speaker: David O’Connor of O’Connor & Associates
LOCATION and DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED – YOU CAN REGISTER NOW AND MSA WILL NOTIFY YOU OF THE DATE AND LOCATION
This workshop will be led by Fran Goldstein with other local leaders in the staffing industry.
Fran Golstein is an industry expert and nationally recognized speaker with over two decades of recruiting and business development success. Her passion and creative style is contagious, inspiring and simple to apply. Fran has been the recipient of numerous industry awards in recognition of her leadership and contributions to the staffing profession.
Social Media & the Staffing Industry
The Financial Overview
Servicing the customer & employee
Join ASA government affairs counsel Toby Malara as he discusses the latest legal and legislative developments that affect your business. Learn about the most recent developments at government agencies like the EEOC and the NLRB, and hear what Congress is doing as they head into a potentially game changing mid-term election.
All of the action is not just based in our nation’s capital; 2014 promises to be a particularly busy year in state houses across the country. Find out what states are doing, and which states have introduced legislation that, if enacted, could mean major problems for the staffing industry.
And, of course, what update would be complete with reviewing the latest information on the Affordable Care Act.
Toby Malara, Esq., is ASA government affairs counsel. In his role, he handles federal and state legislative issues, assists association members and state chapters in state lobbying efforts, and provides industry related information to members on laws, legislation and regulation. Prior to joining ASA, Toby was Executive Director of the National Technical Services Association. He also served as legislative counsel to Rep. Jack Quinn (R-NY). Malara received his law degree from Catholic University and holds a B.A. degree from Georgetown University.
Granite Links Golf Course
“100 Greatest Golf Courses in America!”
Monday, May 12, 2014
18 challenging holes of links style golf offer the most scenic vistas anywhere, including breathtaking views of Boston’s skyline to the North, the Harbor Islands to the South and East, and the densely forested backdrop of the Blue Hills Reservation to the West.
The tournament will be a scramble format with plenty of prize holes. In addition to the best ball 18-hole competition, golfers can also compete in a range of contests including post tournament shoot out, Beat the Pro, putting contest, straightest drive, closest to the pin and longest drive. You could even win the ‘Hole in One Contest’! There will be an impressive array of prizes for all!
This event includes:
9:30-11:00 am - Use of Driving Range & Putting Green
10:00-10:45 am – Register
11:00 am – Start (Lunch provided)
4:30 pm – 19th Hole Open
5:00 pm - Shoot Out, Beat the Pro, Putting Contest
5:30 pm – Dinner and Silent Auction
6:15 pm – Awards, Prizes
Before April 1 $165.00 per member golfer;
$190 per member golfer after April 1
Before April 1 $200.00 per non-member golfer;
$230 per non-member golfer after April 1
Save money and purchase the
ALL-IN-ONE BUNDLE when registering.
(Bundle includes the Shoot-Out, Beat the Pro, the Putting Contest, 50/50 and a Mulligan)