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A look at recent court decisions and how their rulings have an impact on risk management and the insurance industry.
The Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, JPMorgan Chase health care venture is hitting a rocky start with allegations of stealing trade secrets.
Poor employment practices at Costco have left the retail giant’s insurer on the hook for an underlying discrimination case.
An employer assumed it was covered for an employee’s welder’s lung claim. But iron fumes triggered the policy’s pollution exclusion, leaving the company in a tight spot.
A Georgia appeals court is asked to decide if a worker’s injury falls within the coming and going rule while she’s off the clock.
With many coverage questions yet to be answered about GDPR fines and penalties, there are a handful of solutions available for those who don’t want to take a wait-and-see approach.
After a workers’ compensation judge ruled against one law firm, they contacted their affiliates in the government and accused the judge of wrongdoing.
Calculating benefits for pro footballers, compensating unemployed volunteers, pre-existing cancer and more.
A misrepresentations and omissions clause precluded indemnity the one-time refinery owner.
A proposed bill in California aims to score a win for gender parity — by way of a workers’ comp presumptive law.
Vermont regulators came up with a creative way to save crucial dollars based on ceded risk.
A look at some of the recent court cases and legal decisions that have an impact on the industry.
A cruise line’s server slipped on salad dressing during her very first day on the job. When she submitted her claim, disability benefits were denied.
Ohio is the second state to adopt the Insurance Data Security Model Law from the NAIC. Rumor has it, other states are likely to follow.
Pyrex cookware has been known to explode, leading to liability litigation in which consumers say they weren’t adequately warned.
News that Purdue is exploring filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy suggests the company might be trying to avoid financial liability in opioid-related suits.
These four cases could spell ongoing headaches for the organizations involved, and huge payouts for their insurers.