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Employment law constitutes one of the fastest growing categories of civil litigation and has given rise to an increasing need for employment practice liability insurance, which transfers the risk of these losses to insurers.

Employment practice lawsuits can be expensive for carriers in this complicated line of business. From the insured’s perspective, an EP loss is disruptive, leading to employee turnover and loss of productivity, and affecting goodwill. A best-case scenario arises for insurers and insureds when legal exposures are avoided or minimized, such as when the carrier provides policyholders with access to personnel management strategies at the start of the policy period.

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