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Insurance companies may issue policies to cover liability and physical damage when using unmanned aerial vehicles - also known as drones - in film or video production, but you need to clarify certain information and submit it to your insurance company to start the process.Read more
Are you prepared to handle an emergency when someone is injured, becomes ill or experiences a security threat while performing overseas? Not maintaining a standard duty of care can create potential liability as well as result in significant unplanned medical and security costs.Read more
Before the skies become dark and close the curtain on your event, a severe weather risk management plan should be prepared. Know beforehand who is in charge and how decisions will be made to protect the public and limit damage.Read more
Whether on stage, in front of the camera or behind the scenes, you rely on contracted labor to support the creative process. The problem is that you might misclassify those individuals as independent contractors, when they should be counted as employees entitled to workers' compensation coverage.Read more
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