Floods and fires and tragic accidents keep hitting close to home in the West. Ice storms and power outages and horrific weather causing vehicle pile-ups are happening in the East. Any of these terrible events could involve volunteers, staff or service users of a charity or not-for-profit organization. As these incidents play out on national […]
Do your subcontracting agreements adequately allocate risk?
by: Sylvie Lalonde Recent litigation relating to an insurer’s obligation to defend an additional insured under a Commercial General Liability (CGL) policy serves as a useful reminder that organizations should carefully review how they transfer or allocate risk when entering into service agreements with subcontractors. A common way for organizations to mitigate risk when retaining […]