Protect Your Company From Commercial Crime Losses

5 December 2012
Reed Smith Centre, 225 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA


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Please join Reed Smith and Marsh for a complimentary breakfast seminar on Commercial Crime Losses.

Incidents of employee dishonesty are on the rise, and with every daily news cycle, it seems as though there are reports of theft, embezzlement or other dishonest conduct by employees or agents. In this difficult economic environment, companies, now more than ever, need to be aware of how best to protect against the financial losses caused by employee misconduct. One way to do so is through insurance products such as crime coverage and fidelity bonds.

Join insurance and legal professionals from Marsh and Reed Smith for a complimentary breakfast seminar detailing the current trends in the commercial crime insurance coverage market. Topics for buying appropriate coverage include: distinctions between crime coverage and cyber coverage for crime, key coverage terms, and the state of the market - including availability and pricing. Topics addressing how to properly make a claim and maximize your recovery include: key coverage and claims issues, timing, recoverable loss, distinctions between direct & indirect loss, the scope of the insured's duty to cooperate in the insurer's investigation, warning signs that an insurer may not pay, responding to an insurer's reservation of rights, and more.

Who Should Attend:

  • Corporate Risk Managers
  • Enterprise Risk Managers
  • Corporate Security Directors
  • Directors of Internal Audit
  • Corporate Counsel
  • Compliance Managers
  • Corporate HR Directors



Registration:  Clients may register by contacting the event coordinator.

CLE:  CLE credit approved in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.  CLE credit in Ohio is pending.


  • Jay Levin, Counsel - Reed Smith's Insurance Recovery Group
  • Douglas Widin, Counsel – Reed Smith's Insurance Recovery Group
  • Donna A. Kurzawski, Senior Vice President – Marsh
  • Michelle L. McArdle, Vice President – Marsh

Event Coordinator

Sandy Petrakis