Some of the biggest potential liabilities that any business faces are the risks that they agree to take on in the contracts they sign.
Until something goes wrong, these contracts are often viewed as an administrative afterthought.
However, a single sentence or even a misplaced punctuation mark can lead to unintended exposure of the assets you’ve worked hard to build.
This can have a major impact on your business - both from an insurance and a legal viewpoint. That's why we've invited Attorney Samantha Schacht to join us in presenting this webinar.
This webinar will:
- Focus on often overlooked and potentially devastating contract elements from both insurance and legal perspectives
- Provide strategies to help identify unfavorable language and avoid potential compliance issues before they lead to complications
Jon Templin, CRIS, CISR
Jon grew up around insurance – when he was young his grandfather owned an insurance agency in Peoria, Illinois. Now, he is the one that clients put their trust in to protect the businesses that they’ve built. Jon enjoys making clients of Hausmann Group aware of the risks that they face and teaches them how to address those risks so that their businesses can continue to thrive.
Jon is extremely detail-oriented when it comes to reading contracts and coverage forms and is very effective at making clients aware of unfavorable contract language in leases and construction agreements.
Jon holds a Bachelors’ of Arts degree in English from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse. When the weather cooperates he likes to visit the zoos in Madison and Milwaukee. Jon has also volunteered his time with high school football as an offensive and defensive line coach.
Samantha R. Schacht
Sammie is an attorney in the Madison office of Husch Blackwell and a member of the firm’s Real Estate, Development & Construction team. Sammie represents contractors, developers and designers in all phases of construction projects, providing clients with comprehensive transactional and litigation services to help manage risk and resolve disputes.
Prior to joining the firm, Sammie worked for a trade association representing contractors and in-house for a national general contractor.