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A range of pressures means not enough new doctors are going into the field of obstetrics. Could changes to the way OB-GYNs’ risks are managed attract more people into the specialty?
Should worker’ compensation cover medical marijuana costs? The Minnesota Supreme Court reviews two cases to decide.
Many businesses are hoping to gain some coverage for pandemic-related business interruption. The decisions are starting to reach the jury pool.
The ongoing impacts of COVID-19, cannabis legalization and medical cost containment are among the key regulatory and legislative issues that states across the country are grappling with, according to NCCI.
Massive awards to plaintiffs for non-monetary damages are increasing in frequency and severity. This CLM seminar aims to equip insurance professionals with the tools to prevent them.
The latest court rulings, lawsuits and decisions that could impact risk management and insurance.
Amber Heard’s insurance company does not believe it is on the hook to pay for the $10.4 million verdict owed to actor Johnny Depp.
Meta has reached a tentative settlement to close the class-action Cambridge Analytica case over alleged data privacy violations.
Paramount claimed that Federal Insurance owed the corporation millions after a COVID-induced filming pause.
Health care workers in Maine sued the U.S. District Court in the state after alleging vaccination requirements were discriminatory.
Residents from Nevada and California counties singed by the 2021 Tamarack fire seek a total of $85 million from the U.S. Forest Service for property losses.
When Max Tillitt succumbed to opioid addiction, his mother took their insurance to court after it allegedly cut Tillitt’s recovery funds short.
State abortion bans could have knock-on affects for employers.
The closing agent for the sale of a residential property in New Jersey was approached by a scammer, and funds were routed to the wrong party.
New Hampshire’s attorney general has accused CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens and their subsidiaries of failing to serve as a gatekeeper between opioids and the public.
The upcoming elections, medicare-related fee schedule changes and medical marijuana are among the issues WC legal and regulatory experts are watching.
Attorney Megan Jones shares her top advice for getting ahead of injury claims in the new remote and hybrid work environment.
The DOJ accused Uber of ADA violations by overcharging disabled passengers who took more than two minutes to get into a vehicle.
Every year, South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival showcases popular singers and musical acts for a nearly weeklong celebration of live music. But that wasn’t the case in 2020.
Cryptocurrency is gaining traction, not just in society, but in business as well. Keeping up with regulations will be paramount.
“The Next Asbestos” they say, but where PFAS and asbestos differ is in the longevity and reach of these forever chemicals. Manufacturers must get ahead of the risk.