Our HUB International PROFESSIONAL team specializes in commercial liability insurance policies for professionals and businesses in a wide array of industries.
Whether you are a professional working independently or within a large corporation, our team of Professional & Financial Risk insurance advisors are dedicated to finding the best solutions that work for you and your business. Given that every business is unique, our advisors help you assess your risk in all areas and recommend the best coverage, service and value based on your individual needs.
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May 19, 2016The first-ever federal trade secrets regime was recently approved by President Obama. For further information please visit this article. Phaedra Andrusiak, BSc, LL.BAccount Manager, Executive LiabilityT: 604-269-1771E: email@example.com...
April 22, 2016Caal v. Hudbay Minerals Inc, a recent case involving Guatemalan women’s claims against a Canadian mining company, has drawn a focus on Canadian firms’ conducts abroad. The Hudbay case is being watched carefully as it appears to offer a new legal pathway for those who say they have suffered in the hands of Canadian subsidiaries. Experts say a ruling in this case could help establish powerful guidelines for what constitutes acceptable...
April 15, 2016Employers in Canada understand that they must maintain a safe work environment for their employees. They also understand that when it comes to accommodating employees with disabilities, they must do so to the point of undue hardship. This obligation should not change if the disability involves the use of medical marijuana. However, with that being said - there are several things an employer should consider before allowing employees to use...
April 05, 2016The Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act came into force on June 1, 2015 as an Act to implement Canada’s international commitments to participate in the fight against corruption through the imposition of measures applicable to the extractive sector. Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) recently released its finalized implementation tools for reporting payments to governments and government officials by mining and oil and gas companies...
April 04, 2016Wages and hour lawsuits are very common amongst employers across Canada and the U.S. Most wage and hour claims allege that the employer: Failed to pay employees for off-the-clock work Failed to pay employees for overtime worked Misclassified employees as exempt from overtime pay requirements, Made improper deductions from an employees paycheck Aggressive plaintiff attorneys use class- and collective-action procedures to pursue these and...
March 10, 2016The roles of directors and officers entail a significant amount of personal risk. If the corporation is involved in any kind of dispute or investigation, its directors and officers (D&O’s) can expect to be sued or, at least involved as witnesses. These risks multiply if the corporation is, or will be publicly traded. During an investigation, prosecutors can focus on the individuals (directors and officers) who may be responsible...