JKJ&H International Hosted Three Consecutive Seminars in Germany

Last month Daniel Reck, Vice President of International Services, and Bruce F. White, Vice President of Insurance Services, hosted three consecutive seminars in Germany with a contingent of German-American tailored businesses. These informational seminars were held in Munich, Stuttgart, and Cologne and were intended for German businesses entering or expanding in the US market.

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The seminars were held in conjunction with David & Kelly Gates of the Gates & Company, Chris Erb of Erb Law, Arnold Servo of Rödl & Partner, and Bill Tayler & Steve Sewell of the Economic Development Partnership.

JKJ’s presentation focused on four key areas  for the attending German companies regarding the unique business environment in the US:

  1. The Evolution of Cyber Liability
  2. Directors & Officers Liability Exposure in the US
  3. Why Employment Practices Liability is Necessity in the US
  4. The Complexities of Workers Compensation Insurance
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Daniel Reck, Vice President, JKJ&H International, presenting at the seminar, “Why Employment Practices Liability is Necessity in the US”

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