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The latest trends in the ongoing battle over liability in America’s opioid abuse epidemic.
Here’s what manufacturers should do to mitigate PFAS risks before the EPA standard is released.
“The Next Asbestos” they say, but where PFAS and asbestos differ is in the longevity and reach of these forever chemicals. Manufacturers must get ahead of the risk.
Is adequate risk transfer in the face of rapid technological change even possible?
Demand for construction and environmental professional liability products is expected to rise this year as construction activity rebounds from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The aviation industry is rebounding after COVID-19 but it may never look exactly like it did pre-pandemic.
A promising government contract for a manufacturer turns into a liability nightmare when its leadership team fails to adequately vet its supply chain.
With millions of people having now been vaccinated, health care facilities and their insurers are on the lookout for vaccination-related risk.
The details of a fatal crash highlight the limitations of artificial intelligence, and the complexity of determining fault when machines are in charge.
From mounting opioid litigation to the more recent Risperdal suit, J&J is in the hot seat, teaching other companies the value reputation can hold.
What happens when foreign powers start holding U.S. companies liable for gun deaths suffered by their citizens on U.S. soil? A whole new area and era of risk exposure.
With more than 2,000 lawsuits pending across the country, drug manufacturer Johnson & Johnson is in the legal hot seat.
Distributed ledger technology has the potential to improve supply chains worldwide and to minimize product recall losses. Now is the right time to prepare for widespread adoption.
An internet fame-seeker raised major health concerns after a viral video inspired dozens of cases of product tampering. Now consumers want to know if the food industry is doing enough to protect their products.
A recent bourbon warehouse fire in Kentucky provides yet another example of the environmental risks that can follow on the heels of catastrophes, such as fire or flood.
You can’t insure against the second most significant risk, which is existential risk. (But think of the annual premiums if you could.)
Litigation trends, including ever-rising jury awards, are amplifying new and emerging liability exposures across the board.
The rapid-fire advances and increased adoption of smart technology will change the way manufacturers detect and respond to product recalls.
The condition of uninsurability can vary from week to week and from exposure to exposure. Here are 5 manufacturing risks that could be deemed uninsurable.
Technology in the form of blockchain, co-bots, and “smart facilities” pose new and emerging risks for the manufacturing sector.