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SPEAKER: Matthew Yeshin, Marsh USA
TOPIC: "Managing Contractual Transfer of Risk"
DATE: Wednesday, November 7th, 2018
TIME: 11:30am - 1:00pm PST
WHERE: Rainier Golf and Country Club
COST: $30 per person prepaid / $40 at the door
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About the Speaker
Director of Marine, Logistics, and Transportation Practice
Now, more than ever, shippers are making a concerted effort to pass liability “downstream”
through contracts rather than accepting standard bills of lading.
- Contractual requirements can be extreme and unbalanced
- Imposing significantly higher limits of liability or no limitation
- Liability for “Consequential Damages”
- Contracts moving away from “negligence” based (e.g. reasonable care) and toward
performance based (e.g. a guarantee of successful delivery)
- “All Risks” expectations
•Inability to meet contractual requirements may put broker or carrier in breach of contract
•Inability to pass down liability to carriers will leave the broker holding the bag for a claim that
they may not have anticipated or had insured.
•So what can brokers and carriers do to protect themselves while still being competitive?
Examples of other organizations that have taken a different approach to insuring these risk and
looking at it as though they are insuring the contracts.