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A look at recent court decisions and how their rulings have an impact on risk management and the insurance industry
Wal-Mart, Safeway, and Nordstrom are among companies pushing for a free-market alternative to traditional state workers’ comp systems.
A look at the latest decisions affecting the industry.
Brokers comply with FATCA even as they seek exemption from the law’s foreign insurance requirements.
Employers are seeking more consultations and advice in response to confusion over health care reform.
For an accident related to a social event to be compensable, courts say the event must benefit the employer in some way.
Employers must clearly establish whether recreational or social activities are voluntary or required aspects of employment.
After a telecommuter died of an embolism, her husband claimed it was because her work required her to sit for long hours. The court disagreed.
A round-up of nationwide regulatory changes affecting the workers’ compensation industry.
The complexities and nuances of these risks make it impossible for risk managers to find total coverage.
The sort of behavior that would have the average Joe locked up seems quite acceptable when someone’s making a buck off it.
Before deciding to accept Bitcoin as a form of payment, companies should carefully consider the risks and coverage considerations.
A staggering percentage of mergers with values north of $100 million are being challenged in court by shareholders.
Settlements of False Claims Act litigation reach into the billions, as the law incentivizes whistleblowers to report suspected company fraud.
The court must consider whether an employer’s ability to designate where a worker parks her car plays a role in the compensability of a parking lot injury.
Significant workers’ comp legal decisions from around the country.
India is poised to win the battle to increase market share for insurance companies.
Procedural shortcomings render the Florida ruling finding exclusive remedy unconstitutional without real legal effect.
As more entities require access to data from patient drug monitoring programs, experts caution on the need to develop standards for patient privacy.