Accountants Professional Liability | Lawyers Professional Liability
|Understanding Negligent Entrustment and Non-Owned Auto Exposures|
This Webcast is Exclusively for AIMS Customers
Many companies may not realize they have an auto liability exposure when an employee drives their own vehicle for company business. Companies may be accused of negligent entrustment if they do not follow good driver selection procedures. This course is designed for companies who wish to obtain a more in-depth understanding of negligent entrustment and non-owned auto exposures and ways their customers can minimize their exposure to such claims.
Lawyers Professional Liability
|Ethical and Practical Advantages: Increasing Efficiencies While Decreasing Risk in IP Law|
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Presented by lawyers for lawyers, this program focuses on providing valuable risk control and ethical recommendations to help intellectual property lawyers safely navigate today’s complex legal environment. In addition, participants will be provided with valuable practice guides, check lists and sample law practice management forms for use in managing intellectual property law practice management risk.
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