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7 Million Special Education Students, a Pandemic and Whether Individualized Education Program Compliance Passed or Failed

Concern is building over litigation exposure that educational institutions may face over their handling of IEPs as the pandemic pushed so many into remote learning.

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Opinion | America, Don't Kid Yourself: COVID's Not Over Until It's Over for Everyone

Every risk management crisis undergoes a similar set of processes. When it comes to the pandemic, many are still wondering when the crisis will actually start to dissipate.

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Hardening Medical Malpractice Rates, a Slew of COVID Claims and What It All Means for the Health Care Sector

The COVID-19 pandemic has made an already-hardening insurance market in the health care sector even harder. Here’s what’s been happening in the medical malpractice space because of it.

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5 People on the Move

Mosaic expands their cyber underwriting team, CLARA Analytics appoints a new CEO and Aon adds a health care executive in this edition of People on the Move.

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It’s Time for Risk Managers to Take Charge. C-Suite Execs Say These 3 Traits Make a Strong Leader

What does it take to be a good leader in risk management? What does it take to be a good leader at all? These C-suite execs share their insights into leadership and the characteristics risk professionals require to support their organization’s strategic vision as well as the talents, needs and goals of team members.

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