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A ConAgra employee, who contracted COVID-19 on the job and transmitted the virus to his wife, is suing the company for her death.
Seattle DA seeks $38B from opioid distributors, and the first suit following the fatal shooting on the “Rust” movie set alleges negligence.
To kick-off Triple-I’s Joint Industry Forum CEO Sean Kevelighan discussed the top issues insurers and risk managers should be watching next year.
Facebook’s malware suit against NSO to proceed and Kanye West’s apparel company to pay $950K to settle consumer protection lawsuit.
The Supreme Court has agreed to take on a case involving the Clean Air Act.
A group of coal miners sought insurance coverage for falsified dust reports. The court denied them.
A session at 2021 National Comp discussed which trends and issues will be prominent in both 2022 and beyond.
Former health care executive awarded $10 million in suit against former employer accused of Title VII discrimination.
YouTube faces a legal suit from an animal rights nonprofit organization following videos of animal abuse on the website.
When the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission worried first responders wouldn’t receive benefits from COVID, it enacted its own presumption laws, causing two trade associations to file suit.
After hackers used Zoom for nefarious deeds during shutdowns, the company is on the hook for its lack of security.
Bobsledder files class action suit against USA Bobsled and Skeleton for failing to protect athletes against risks of irreversible injuries.
The latest court filings and cases that will have an impact on the risk management and insurance industry.
What happens after a building manager is put on the line for construction defects?
Tesla is ordered to pay former employee $6.9 million in damages for failure to prevent race-based harassment of factory workers.
A myriad of state and local laws and abrupt shifts from one administration to the next are creating challenges for employers trying to stay on top of it all.
The heavy metal band is suing its insurer, Lloyd’s of London, after Lloyd’s refused to cover losses caused by postponing shows due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
When a therapist abuses his power, the court is tasked with deciding if an employment practices liability policy will kick in to cover the underlying sexual assault claim.
With the Biden Administration’s newly released COVID-19 Action Plan and an Emergency Temporary Standard from OSHA, employers with large workforces are now required to mandate vaccinations or testing for employees.
Facebook shareholders claim that the company overpaid the Federal Trade Commission to keep CEO Mark Zuckerberg out of a complaint.