Fire management decisions are made in a compressed time frame and only with the information available at the time of the occurring incident. Decisions following an incident, however are scrutinized with the benefit of 20/20 hindsight. This webinar will address your liability exposures if you are involved in a serious accident or tragedy, including information on the full scope of federal investigations, potential criminal prosecutions, and personal capacity lawsuits.
Anthony F. Vergnetti is the President and Founder of Federal Employee Defense Services, Inc. (FEDS), located in the Washington, D.C. area. Prior to founding FEDS, Mr. Vergnetti was a partner in the Washington, D.C. law firm of Shaw, Bransford, Veilleux & Roth P.C. where he specialized in federal personnel and employment law. Mr. Vergnetti frequently hosts FEDtalk, a weekly radio show, is the author of the numerous articles and publications such as the 2002 INSPECTOR GENERAL AND OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL INVESTIGATIONS HANDBOOK, is the current Executive Director of the OmniGov Training Institute, which is a non-profit corporation that provides training and guidance for federal employees and agencies on a wide variety of human resource and personnel law issues and also the President of TMS, a consulting firm specializing in association management.
Director, Strategy and Development, Federal Employee & Contractor Programs @FEDS Protection
Brenda Wilson is the Director of Strategy and Development at FEDS Protection, the leading provider of federal employee professional liability insurance. Brenda was born and raised in Chicago, educated at the U. of Illinois at Chicago, and started her insurance career over 25 years ago in her beloved hometown providing brokerage and risk management services for an MGA specializing in high risk operations. She developed into a niche industry expert in the Excess and Surplus lines industry during her tenure as a commercial wholesale broker. Over the last decade with FEDS Protection, She has overseen all strategy, marketing and development aspects of the Federal Employee Professional Liability Insurance program and developed the Federal Contractor, HR218 LEOSA for Active and Retired Feds, Military Police Officer, Federal Task Force Officer, and State and Local Veterinarian programs in addition to starting up a new division to provide Defense Base Act Coverage for federal contractors.
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