WEBCAST: Insurance Coverage for Marketing & Advertising Risks
Date/Time Wednesday, July 24, 2013 at 7:00 PM GMT/UTC
Duration 60 Minutes
Description
Handout Materials
Presentation Slides
Chaney Bio
Crosner Bio

Presented by ACC's Sports & Entertainment Committee and Sponsored by Dickstein Shapiro LLP
Marketing and advertising successes can drive tremendous profit by increasing a company's brand recognition and improving its public image, but marketing and advertising can also expose companies to considerable risk. In this presentation, the speakers will examine the types of insurance coverage that may come into play when marketing and advertising campaigns do not go precisely as planned. They will address errors and omissions and commercial general liability insurance, which can provide coverage for a wide array of marketing and advertising liabilities. Additionally, the speakers will explain how disgrace coverage can provide some protection against the risk that an athlete or celebrity spokesperson will engage in conduct that harms, rather than enhances, a business's image. In discussing these various types of insurance coverage, the speakers will provide tips designed to help policyholders avoid some of the more common pitfalls associated with presenting claims.

Speaker(s)

Shaun H. Crosner, Associate, Dickstein Shapiro LLP
Fiona Chaney, Counsel, Dickstein Shapiro LLP

Moderator Roxanne Khazarian, General Counsel, Gerald Holdings
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