Explore ACC's selection of global, regional, and country-focused resources to help in-house counsel navigate legal, business and career issues arising from the COVID-19 (coronavirus / 2019-nCov) crisis.
In this multi-jurisdictional guide, explore an overview of key legal issues, rules and developments regarding insurance and reinsurance across a range of jurisdictions.
For the readers’ convenience, this glossary defines each acronym used in “A Policyholders’ Primer on Commercial Insurance in the United States”.
In this in-depth practical ACC Guide (InfoPAK), explore key commercial insurance issues that in-house counsel face in the United States. Learn tips to assist US risk managers in maximizing the protection afforded by commercial insurance.
In this article, learn a comprehensive worldwide legal analysis of the laws and regulations of insurance and reinsurance for corporate counsel and international practitioners.
In this Quick Overview, in-house counsel can learn about the top ten most pressing issues for cyber insurance and security in the United States.
This Top Ten provides tips on how to prepare for, and navigate successfully, big litigation that may be key to the survival of the company.
This is a sample acceptable use policy for networks and computer systems.
This sample outlines the acceptable use policy concerning network services and computer services, including e-mail and internet.
This Wisdom of the Crowd, compiled from responses posted on the Financial Services eGroups, addresses Power of Attorney (POA) Issues Arising From the Changing of Beneficiary Selections, Other Policy Terms, and Competency Considerations.
This is a sample contract between an advertising agency and advertiser.
The Lex Mundi Insurance/Reinsurance Guide to Global Business, developed by Lex Mundi member firms around the world, provides practical advice on a range of common scenarios, including market entry, local regulations, distribution requirements, contract law, dispute resolution and major legislative changes on the horizon.
This global resource presents overviews on the general regulation of insurers and re-insurers and requirements for foreign insurers and/or re-insurers to operate in different jurisdictions around the world.
The Insurance/Reinsurance Guide to Global Business is meant to be a quick reference for in-house counsel conducting business across the world.
Corporate crises, by their very nature, can severely disrupt a company and jeopardize its future.
Most in-house professionals have to wrestle with questions related to open source on a regular basis. This panel will use recent case law to discuss whether we still worry about open source and to what extent. For example, what about indemnification for open source and third-party claims? How does recent case law about licensing application programming interfaces have an impact?
This is an excerpt from the U.S. Code, Title 42, The Public Health and Welfare.
This Wisdom of the Crowd (ACC member discussion) addresses whether certain provisions that limit the parties' obligations to indemnify are enforceable under US law. This resource was compiled from questions and responses posted on the forum of the New To In-house ACC Network.
This primer examines the minimum benefits that must be included in order for a health insurance policy to comply with the US Affordable Care Act (ACA).