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The proliferation of communication channels greatly increases the risk for a defamation action.
Sexual harassment is a growing concern for corporate America. Risk managers can pave the way to top-down culture change.
Separating the leader from the brand brings up a host of considerations.
Increasing levels of incivility in society are leaching into the workplace and bruising employers’ bottom lines.
The number of professional liability class actions is on a record tear, which should impact rates eventually.
Navigating the changing compliance environment has never been more challenging for companies.
Related or “batch” claims, particularly in health care, are a complex exposure issue with the potential to keep growing.
Medical malpractice and errors happen — with devastating results.
Digital health care is on the rise, and so are the risks associated with it.
New cyber security regulations increase exposure for directors and officers at financial institutions.
Ease of access and limitations on usage make this game-changing health care delivery method a popular choice for patients and a palatable risk for underwriters.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
Palo Alto-based The Risk Authority Stanford is incubating risk management solutions using design thinking; that means elevating end users into key roles in addressing health care risk exposures.
Discerning insurance buyers and their brokers increasingly seek specialist wordings from a professional liability community that is desperate to differentiate.
Has the time for sanity in excess follow forms arrived?
Celebrity spokespersons can significantly elevate a brand, as long as they stay on their best behavior.
Even when innocent of wrongdoing, chief compliance officers face liability when their companies act unethically or illegally.
Insurance rates decreased on average by 3.6 percent in the second quarter of 2016.
Frightening fact: There were 12 million unique types of malware identified in 2015 alone.
Excess follow forms don't necessarily mirror the language of the primary policy, so beware.