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Governments are cracking down on the use of slave labor in supply chains. Companies risk their reputations if they don’t find the practice on their own and end it.
Amateur sports leagues are prime victims when it comes to embezzlement, but there are coverages and risk management strategies that can help limit loss.
The U.S. Geological Survey is funding the development of the next generation of earthquake early warning systems.
The “baseball rule” shields Major League Baseball from liability should a screaming line drive or a shattered bat injure a fan.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently levied a fine in the cyber security realm. It sent a clear warning.
The class of 2016 impresses with its size and quality.
Small and mid-sized companies underestimate a disruption’s potential impact.
Changing market forces are driving pessimism among independent insurance agencies.
Complex supply chain risks are prime territory for analytics to close coverage gaps, root out weak or risky suppliers, and ensure business continuity.
Health care risk managers may not be able to stop data attacks, but they can follow some basic strategies to minimize the impact.
Asking applicants about crime convictions creates employment liability exposure.
The lack of accurate data, claim complexity and other factors are preventing predictive modeling from being effective for cyber risk.
Ten percent of respondents to AM Best have a cyber security policy.
Many companies were ill-prepared to protect data or to respond should a breach occur.
New e-payment systems offer some data security advantages but face implementation challenges.
Three recent pro-union decisions by the NLRB make it more difficult for employers.
Many of the Under 40 set “fell into” the insurance industry and have realized its many benefits.
Three recent NLRB decisions make it more difficult for employers. GOP control of Congress probably won’t make a difference.
New e-payment systems offer some data security advantages but they face implementation difficulties.
OSHA’s new incident-reporting rules are more onerous and may lead to increased litigation.