E-learning and webinars
ITIC’s Director and Legal Advisor, Mark Brattman, narrates this e-learning seminar which takes the listener through different scenarios through the life of a ship agent’s involvement with a bill of lading – from the initial stages of issuing the bill to the final delivery of the cargo. Aspects covered include: misdating bills, shipped on board, description of cargo and on deck/under deck cargo.
ITIC is increasingly asked to comment on confidentiality agreements, sometimes known as nondisclosure agreements. ITIC’s confidentiality agreements e-learning seminar, narrated by Andrew Jamieson, explains the common provisions and outlines some of the pitfalls to avoid.
ITIC is known for resolving issues and paying claims with over $350m paid out in claims since 1992. Reporting a claim to ITIC is easy. It is important that you advise ITIC, by telephone or email as soon as possible and do not admit liability.
ITIC has produced a set of two e-learning videos outlining how you can report a claim to ITIC and how it is then subsequently managed.
ITIC’s Legal Advisor, Mark Brattman, guides you through the purpose of a letter of undertaking, key issues to consider and how a letter of undertaking might affect your cover with ITIC.
ITIC is often asked about switch bills of lading. In this e-learning video ITIC’s Director and Legal Advisor, Mark Brattman will guide you through what switch bills of lading are and how to correctly issue a set of switch bills. This is supported by the issuance of switch bills of lading circular, which is available to download.
Keeping on an even keel: claims against naval architects, a webinar hosted by ITIC in association with RINA.
For over 25 years ITIC has provided insurance to naval architects and currently insures over 350 companies offering naval architecture services globally. As such, the team at ITIC has a deep understanding of both the risks faced by naval architects and the delicate balance of the commercial relationship with their clients. During this half an hour webinar ITIC’s Robert Hodge and Mark Brattman provide their insight on the types of claims faced and how to avoid or minimise such liabilities. Topics covered during the webinar include: copyright infringement, design related claims and contracts.
Virtual robbery: cyber security for the air charter industry, hosted in association with The Air Charter Association.
Cybercrime unfortunately continues to be a hot topic, with businesses and individuals at risk of becoming potential targets of digital fraud. Any business or individual using electronic communication can be the subject of an attack by hackers. The wealth of information that is readily available on the web about aircraft operators also means that it is easy for those with just a basic knowledge of the air charter industry to create a fake website offering an aircraft for charter.
During this webinar, speakers Melanie Daglish, ITIC’s senior aviation underwriter, and Kevin Ducksbury, Chairman of The Air Charter Association, provide their insight on the types of cyber security issues faced by the air charter industry and to how to avoid or minimise such liabilities.
Topics covered include:
- Defining phishing, CEO fraud and spoofing
- How fraudulent payment diversions are achieved / how the attacks are structured
- Identifying fake websites
- How to protect yourself against potential cyber attacks
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