Australia: Time is running out to register for workshop: 'Legal Liability Issues for Insurance Brokers'
Last Updated: 28 March 2013

Insurance brokers are a resilient lot. But their resilience has been seriously tested in recent times not only by the weather but also by the standard of care which brokers have been held to by Australian courts and the liability exposures they face when things go wrong.

The role of the insurance broker in the insurance chain has expanded. The bar has been raised. What do you need to do to clear it?

In this workshop designed specifically for insurance brokers, we cover:

  • The duty owed by insurance brokers to their clients and others.
  • Limiting liability and confining the scope of services provided in client agreements.
  • What to do when your star employee leaves (and tries to take clients and staff with them).
  • A workshop problem covering practical issues based on actual cases.

Sydney 11 April
Brisbane 17 April
Melbourne 24 April
(new to Melbourne)

9am - 1pm

Normal $365pp (+ GST)
Earlybird $330pp (+ GST)
(Earlybird still open for Brisbane & Melbourne)

4 points

Robert Samut

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