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June 20, 2014

Getting to Know Kathryn Koch

Getting to Know … is your chance to get to know the great people at Lanier Upshaw. Each week, we feature one of our own with […]
May 20, 2014

Chance of Rain? Umbrella Coverage Can Keep You Dry

Make sure you choose the right amount of coverage to protect your assets. If you don’t you, you may end up paying out of your pocket for the difference. The cost to carry the right amount of insurance it is not worth the risk of self insuring.
May 18, 2014

Getting to Know Luke A. Vaughan

Getting to Know … is your chance to get to know the great people at Lanier Upshaw. Each week, we feature one of our own with […]
May 6, 2014

How to Protect Against a Data Privacy Breach

Consumer data breach risks are growing, and not only because hackers are getting more sophisticated. It’s also because the definition itself of personally identifiable information (PII) is changing.
April 28, 2014

My Favorite Season of the Year

In addition to her position as a Senior Vice President and the Director of Insurance Operations at Lanier Upshaw, Mary Fran Mullan serves as an Associate […]
April 7, 2014

3 Questions to Ask Your Insurer about Waivers and Releases

Spring is here, and with it many business are preparing to open their doors for summer recreational activities. Sports leagues, summer camps, fun runs and bounce […]
March 14, 2014

When the Worst Happens: Dealing With a Crime Loss

Businesses invest significant time thinking about how to prevent crime at their companies, and those that are prepared know the right kind of crime loss coverage […]
February 27, 2014

Loss Sustained and Loss Discovered: the Difference Between the Two Main Crime Coverage Forms

Imagine this nightmare scenario: one day you wake up to discover one of your most trusted employees has been stealing from you. He’s been forging checks, […]
February 6, 2014

Anatomy of a Crime Loss

Enron. Worldcom. AIG.  The biggest business scandals of the decade all share one thing in common: it was insiders who took these companies down.  Big cases […]
January 20, 2014

What the Target Credit Hack Means for Your Company

The recent credit hack affecting over 100 million Target customers have made headlines for weeks now.  It should also sound the warning bell to companies small […]
June 20, 2014

Getting to Know Kathryn Koch

Getting to Know … is your chance to get to know the great people at Lanier Upshaw. Each week, we feature one of our own with […]
May 20, 2014

Chance of Rain? Umbrella Coverage Can Keep You Dry

Make sure you choose the right amount of coverage to protect your assets. If you don’t you, you may end up paying out of your pocket for the difference. The cost to carry the right amount of insurance it is not worth the risk of self insuring.
May 18, 2014

Getting to Know Luke A. Vaughan

Getting to Know … is your chance to get to know the great people at Lanier Upshaw. Each week, we feature one of our own with […]
May 6, 2014

How to Protect Against a Data Privacy Breach

Consumer data breach risks are growing, and not only because hackers are getting more sophisticated. It’s also because the definition itself of personally identifiable information (PII) is changing.
April 28, 2014

My Favorite Season of the Year

In addition to her position as a Senior Vice President and the Director of Insurance Operations at Lanier Upshaw, Mary Fran Mullan serves as an Associate […]
April 7, 2014

3 Questions to Ask Your Insurer about Waivers and Releases

Spring is here, and with it many business are preparing to open their doors for summer recreational activities. Sports leagues, summer camps, fun runs and bounce […]
March 14, 2014

When the Worst Happens: Dealing With a Crime Loss

Businesses invest significant time thinking about how to prevent crime at their companies, and those that are prepared know the right kind of crime loss coverage […]
February 27, 2014

Loss Sustained and Loss Discovered: the Difference Between the Two Main Crime Coverage Forms

Imagine this nightmare scenario: one day you wake up to discover one of your most trusted employees has been stealing from you. He’s been forging checks, […]
February 6, 2014

Anatomy of a Crime Loss

Enron. Worldcom. AIG.  The biggest business scandals of the decade all share one thing in common: it was insiders who took these companies down.  Big cases […]
January 20, 2014

What the Target Credit Hack Means for Your Company

The recent credit hack affecting over 100 million Target customers have made headlines for weeks now.  It should also sound the warning bell to companies small […]