The benefits of remote business practices, including greater flexibility and less overhead, are obvious. But virtual practices may also give rise to unique risks that traditional brick-and-mortar businesses do not encounter to the same degree, and standard off-the-shelf insurance products may no longer offer adequate protections. In her article for Daily Journal, Partner Kayla Robinson discusses increasingly common insurance pitfalls for virtual companies, and strategies for in-house counsel to protect against emerging risks.
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