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Watching how pro sports navigate their seasons post-COVID-19 — without the fans in attendance — offers a hint for other crowd-dependent businesses.
This year’s index gives CFO’s a glimpse into their position for recovery post-pandemic.
But if their doors were already closed due to COVID-19, are businesses eligible for coverage?
As the economic effects of COVID-19 rage on, many business interruption losses won’t be covered, threatening insurers with grueling litigation for years to come.
There are numerous steps employers can be taking now to minimize damage to properties and harm to employees as work forces shelter in place during the pandemic.
State legislators are looking for COVID-19 business interruption claims coverage, despite insurance policy pandemic exclusions that may exist.
As insurance companies and the federal government debate over who should cover COVID-19 losses for businesses three possible paths emerge.
As business interruption risks become increasingly complicated during COVID-19, will Insurtech be able to step up and find ways to cover losses?
COVID-19 business interruptions are hitting the retail sector particularly hard; here’s how supply chains are coping with panic-buyers.
COVID-19 is impacting every business in some way, but manufacturers are under unique pressure.
Businesses pivoting to address COVID-19 hold lessons for how we can create a more resilient society.
Marsh explored COVID-19 liability by hosting a webinar on business interruption and employment law considerations.
A Butler University Risk Management professor is urging Congress to pass a pandemic risk insurance backdrop.
This environmental broker examines whether or not pollution legal liability policies can provide some relief to enterprises struggling with the effects of COVID-19.
Butler University Risk Management professor Zach Finn recommends a Pandemic Risk Insurance Act to help mitigate coronavirus losses for businesses.
Coronavirus is causing massive disruptions and losses to businesses. Here’s where insurance may help.
The virus is likely to result in billions in losses for the retail and hospitality sectors. Here’s what coverages could protect them.
Pandemic response plans, policies for workers in affected areas and keeping up-to-date information on hand are just a few ways to protect employees working near the coronavirus outbreaks.
These critical global risks are interconnected, with each having an impact on the severity and likelihood of the others.
A fast-moving economy and just-in-time delivery are a few of the factors contributing to increased equipment failure risk.