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As legal and regulatory trends continue to impact business, risk professionals need to invest in the right tools and software to mitigate costs.
The latest court decisions impacting risk management and the insurance industry.
When the insurer of hip-hop artist Fat Joe refused to pay under its music professional liability policy, Fat Joe and his record label took the insurer to court.
During repairs to the Coney Island Steeplechase Pier, a spud barge sank and damaged the pier further. The court had to decide if the insurer was responsible for the barge’s damages.
A RumFest beach ball injury leads two nightclubs to appellate court, where their insurer continues to deny coverage for liability.
A look at recent court decisions and how their rulings have an impact on risk management and the insurance industry.
The difference in state and federal legality of cannabis use is just one item on the list of things that are making insuring it difficult.
The Superior Court of New Jersey affirmed a workers’ compensation judge’s ruling that required an employer to reimburse its employee for the employee’s prescription use of medical marijuana.
Ironshore’s Dave Standish explains some of the top risks associated with collecting biometric data, from liability and the legal landscape to how to protect against a data breach.
Philadelphia-based law firm Pond, LeHocky, Stern and Giordano worked to get a workers’ compensation judge fired, but then she was reinstated.
When an elderly man was scammed out of $100,000 by an insurance scheme, the courts were called upon to intervene.
In the post-#MeToo era, Rhonda Prussack of BHSI details what liability exposures she’s watching closely right now, as well as what underwriters and the courts have their sights set on.
State workers’ compensation laws are ever-changing. Here’s what you need to know to stay up to date on workers’ compensation and paid leave laws in the Midwest.
ADI Worldlink, a global technology firm, was facing two lawsuits from its employees. When its insurer refused coverage, Worldlink turned to the court for answers.
When a worker alleged a co-worker sexually assaulted her while on the job, her employer said under state law, she had exclusive legal remedy.