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Tackling evolving technology risks and protecting insureds against extreme weather events are two of the top priorities as the insurance sector battles to ensure its regulations remain relevant in a rapidly changing world.
Robotics will forever change the landscape of the U.S. workplace. That may create new liability concerns and eliminate others.
Wearables bring with them a host of liability concerns.
The threat of Ebola is a good time for employers to revisit emergency strategies for their mobile workforce.
Who could trust a driverless car?
Mobile device cyber protections need to be as strong as any other type.
Before deciding to accept Bitcoin as a form of payment, companies should carefully consider the risks and coverage considerations.
Innovative technology presents unforeseen risk exposures. Presented by Travelers.
Two employee injuries at the same company produce two very different outcomes.
The insurance industry can take a leadership role in safe UAV operation.
As the deadly Ebola virus claims more lives in West Africa, experts say practicing basic hygiene is the best defense.
Some evidence indicates medical marijuana may be useful to treat pain, but the workers’ comp system is not yet equipped to handle the issue on a large-scale basis.
Tech firms face multiple perils in addition to cyber risks.
It’s time for the insurance industry to sound the alarm about climate change.
Climate change demands that companies take a collaborative approach to risk management.
New Mexico began paying for a claimant’s marijuana four years ago, setting the stage for a recent ruling.
With the sale of semi-autonomous vehicles only a few years away, employers need to consider how their use will affect company policies and procedures.
Cyber experts say resistance is futile, but resilience is paramount.
Learn about the best way to mitigate the risks of foreign acquisitions.
Risks to your supply chain can come from unexpected sources.
The interconnectivity of medical devices could spur catastrophic consequences.