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A look at the latest legal cases impacting the industry.
Using live animals as sports mascots requires a focus on risk mitigation.
Creating an obstacle course for “workplace athletes” makes fitness fun while helping to reduce on-the-job injuries.
Organizations win when they integrate risk management into strategic decision-making.
Captives can cover risks excluded from conventional terrorism policies and the potential gap left by the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act.
Many risk managers use a retrospective approach to risks, when they should be analyzing where the next risks are coming from.
The aggregated impact of a cyber attack on the U.S. power grid could cause huge economic losses and upheaval.
Films require a range of insurance policies, depending on unusual hazards, stunts or overseas locations.
An insured discovered after a fire that his broker failed to act on his request to procure fire insurance, according to allegations in the lawsuit.
Films can require many insurance policies, depending on whether the production involves unusual hazards, stunts or overseas locations.
Risk managers struggle and succeed in placing cyber coverage.
Risk managers should look at more than price when buying E&S coverage.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
Unforeseen liabilities in M&As may cause headaches for buyers.
Models analyze variables at intake and afterward to identify claims that may become adverse.
Technology is helping to transform medical services, but employers and providers need to focus more on socioeconomic factors.