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Here, the example is based on a real scenario that represents the types of retaliation claims that are reported and includes tips to prevent the same from happening in your company.
ABA Insurance Services is proud to have made the list of Northeast Ohio's 150 Top Workplaces for the 4th year in a row.
The WannaCry attack, the massive ransomware attack impacting businesses and individuals alike this past week, has been making headlines around the world. Organizations should learn from this incident.
Learn the basics of P&C insurance from ABA Insurance Services' Dirk Hanket and Patricia P. Williams. In this webinar, they discuss P&C coverage and how it addresses current and ongoing issues that today's banks face.
In this article, Dirk Hanket addresses how an employer could have or should have known that a driver potentially posed a significant risk to other motorists.
Since September 2016, we have been receiving notices from insured banks that have received letters from law firms alleging that bank websites and internet-based banking services violate the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) because the sites are not accessible to the visually impaired. The demand letters typically seek a settlement payment and an agreement to work with the law firm to modify the website in accordance with proposed regulations.
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ABA Insurance Services is expanding our regional Property & Casualty insurance program to all states and offering more coverage options for banks.
American Bankers Mutual Insurance, Ltd. announced a distribution for the 27th consecutive year. 1,037 members of the American Bankers Association (ABA) that have D&O, Financial Institution Bond and related insurance from ABA Insurance Services were eligible to share $1.5 million.
Banks of all sizes nationwide are receiving demand letters from plaintiffs’ law firms on behalf of blind customers alleging inability to access Internet banking websites in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The letters demand that the banks modify the websites to comply with proposed rules that won’t be enacted until 2018 and, of course, the firms are seeking attorneys’ fees.
Hosted by the American Bankers Association, Laura Simmons of ABA Insurance Services and Marlene Muraco of Littler Mendelson will discuss current workplace issues presented with real-life examples that should be on bankers’ radars.