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Itís an evolving insurance marketplace with continually emerging trends. Thatís why we created G&A University. Our seminars provide ongoing education and training for HR professionals, business owners, CEOs, and CFOs. G&A University seminars offer the latest insight ranging from compliance and population health-related trends to business insurance and risk management topics.

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Upcoming Seminar

A Workforce Q&A with Employment Law Experts

September 12, 2019

Bring your compliance, labor and employment questions to this "Ask Me Anything" style event for the opportunity to address...

Recent Blog Articles

Best Practices for Purchasing and Protecting Your Fine Art

Jun 11, 2019

By Leslie Appel Maher and Natasha Mecklenburg — It’s complex, but simple. You collect, we insure. Everyone has a collection – from fine art to used wine corks and Tupperware without matching lids. If you have fine ...

Risk Management: Knowing What Hides in Your Contracts

Aug 06, 2018

By Jack Mahoney — “If you always stop to read the fine print before signing anything, congratulations – your parents trained you well. If you don’t, beware,” cautions Jason Alderman in the Huffington Post. ...