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Here’s what manufacturers should do to mitigate PFAS risks before the EPA standard is released.
Claims to hold pharmaceutical drug distributors responsible for the opioid epidemic in a West Virginia county have been rejected in U.S. district court.
The Supreme Court ruled on a recent case in which a high school football coach was suspended following praying during a game.
New Orleans restaurant scores appellate win after taking Lloyd’s of London to court for failure to pay for damages related to COVID-19 closures.
A ConAgra employee, who contracted COVID-19 on the job and transmitted the virus to his wife, is suing the company for her death.
Roc-A-Fella Records and co-founder Damon Dash reach settlement in suit over attempted NFT auction of copyrights to “Reasonable Doubt” album.
An emergency dispatcher suffering from PTSD seeks workers’ compensation for her mental injury but is denied.
The latest legal filings and cases that are likely to impact the insurance and risk management landscape.
Travelers refused to pay air ambulance EagleMed’s fees after transporting injured workers to better equipped hospitals.
From single-payer health care to medical marijuana reimbursement these are the legislative trends payers should be watching.
A Nevada district court judge has denied the NFL’s motions to dismiss the civil suit filed by former Raiders head coach, Jon Gruden over leaked emails.
California’s law on medical malpractice modernized, preserving key components, signaling stability over alternative ballot initiative to dismantle MICRA.
Here are five questions every risk manager should ask before including financial interest insurance into policies.
Nearly one year after the Champlain Towers South Condominium collapse in Surfside, Fla., a one billion dollar settlement has been made.
Attorney General Karl Racine is suing Mark Zuckerberg for allegedly participating in decision-making that led to the Cambridge Analytica data breach.
Many businesses without virus exclusions in their BI policy are still not receiving payment for losses brought on by the pandemic.
Cyber risk continues to be a top concern for businesses, but new legislation to mitigate the risk is on the rise.
A recent lawsuit between New York State and Amazon has officially been dismissed by the New York State Appeals Court.
The latest court filings and lawsuits with a broader impact on the insurance and risk landscape.
Silo repairs at a coal mining operation were not covered under its property insurance policy.
NotPetya malware first cropped up on computers worldwide in June 2017, setting the stage for today’s ransomware attacks and ultimately causing $10 billion in damages globally.