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Starr Cos. on Thursday said it has reached an agreement with law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. to offer an employment practices liability risk management program to its policyholders.
The program will provide tools that include an employment practices liability checklist to help develop workplace policies and procedures; miniwebinars on a variety of employment issues; access to an employment liability blog; and interactive training, the New York-based insurer said in a statement.
Qualifying Starr policyholders will also receive up to one free hour of consultation with an attorney from White Plains, New York-based Jackson Lewis, Starr said in the statement.
“Employee relations is often complex, so we created a value-added service to support our clients’ employment practices needs,” Brian Inselberg, Starr’s senior vice president for financial lines, said in the statement. “We chose Jackson Lewis because of their national presence and extensive experience handling workplace laws.”
One issue a fully staffed nine-member U.S. Supreme Court is likely to consider is employment arbitration agreements’ use of class action waivers, which are designed to prevent workers from filing such lawsuits.