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Thursday, April 11 • 12:35pm - 1:35pm
Liability for Negligent Security in a Changing Mass Casualty Landscape

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(Core Competency #2: Strategic Management) This session will explore all the elements that make up an institution’s current security landscape. These include the current climate of shifting threats as well as the evolving mitigation techniques that feed into negligent security as a liability claim and security as a market force. We will explain the current threat landscape, from global terrorism threats and their domestic implications to more common violent crime trends. We will then explain how those trends feed into shifting concepts of “foreseeable threats” and “reasonable security measures” with respect to a premises liability / negligent security case. We will delve deeper into student and parent expectations, plus best practices by institutions.

As a result of participating in this session, attendees:

+ Better understand the current terrorism and mass casualty landscape
+ Better understand what makes up a negligent security liability case and the rising bar defendants must meet to defeat a negligent security claim
+ Take away strategies to proactively prepare to defend potential cases as well as strategies for mitigating the chance of, or at least damage from, acts of violence on campus

Moderators
avatar for Jeannette F. Angles (moderator)

Jeannette F. Angles (moderator)

Risk Manager, Babson College
Jeannette Angles is a Risk Manager and insurance professional with a career spanning 30+ years, 17 of which involved educational institutions in Massachusetts. She has been the Risk Manager at Babson College in Wellesley, MA. since 2010.

Speakers
avatar for Matthew J. Kelly Jr.

Matthew J. Kelly Jr.

Global Leader – General & Emerging Liability, AIG
Matt Kelly works in-house and with clients to address existing and potential claims and existing and emerging loss drivers, particularly those related to litigation exposures. He analyzes issues across the spectrum of third-party liabilities that businesses encounter – safety... Read More →
avatar for Jennifer Howley

Jennifer Howley

Risk & Emergency Manager, Rhode Island School of Design
Jennifer Howley is the Risk & Emergency Manager at Rhode Island School of Design. She has worked at RISD since 2007 and has led the Risk and Emergency Management programs since 2013. In her work, she created a formal emergency management structure and has organized teams dedicated... Read More →


Thursday April 11, 2019 12:35pm - 1:35pm
Renaissance Providence Downtown Hotel-Symphony Ballroom B

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