The Policyholder Perspective

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An indemnification provision is a legally binding agreement between two parties specifying that one party (indemnitor) will compensate the other party (indemnitee) for any losses or damages that may arise from a particular event or circumstance. This type of provision

ESG “Environmental, Social and Governance” first popularized in the mid-2000s – is now firmly on boards’ lists of hot topics. Following the 2015 Paris Agreement and the annual COP climate change conferences that have continued to take place since, the

The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and its progeny have sparked confusion and uncertainty for individuals, medical providers, and employers with respect to the consequences of providing, seeking, or facilitating abortion care. Moreover, for