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New England Insurance News
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The Standard, New England's Insurance Weekly, is now available in a digital format in addition to print.

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The John Liner Review

The Quarterly Review of Advanced Risk Management Strategies

Written by experts, for experts, each issue brings you the latest, most innovative thinking in risk management and business insurance.

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Risk Management Updates
Risk Management and
Insurance Audit Techniques

Two-Volume In-Depth Guide to Risk Management
The most complete and accurate guide to coverages, rating plans, risk management, and alternatives to insurance on the market today. Available in hardcover, on CD and in an online edition. 
Bank Insurance and
Risk Management

Financial institutions have unique risks -- especially today. Get the reference that shows you how to structure a risk management program specifically for financial institutions. Updated quarterly to keep you up-to-date.

The John Liner Letter
State of the Market – Gradual Softening Continues in 2016 (JLL 2/16)

What should you expect when your account comes up for renewal in 2016? In this Letter, we look at the state of the market going into the new year. 

CSR Advisor
The CSR Advisor (CSR 2/16)
In this issue: Coverage notes: The ACA implications for fiduciary liability;  Industry insight: Contingency is not excess coverage;  Professional growth: Delivering bad news;  A look at the law: No coverage where claim predated policy;  Test your knowledge: Settlement duty of excess insurer?;  Two-minute memo: Addressing insurance after a divorce;  Monthly quiz: Difference in conditions policies
Workers Compensation Outlook
A Look at Structured Settlements and the Impact of Medicare Set Asides (WCO 2/16)

A structured settlement may make sense for the claimant, the insurer, and the employer. Properly designed, a structured settlement can protect the claimant’s long-term interests and, at the same time, cost the insurer less so that your premium costs are less. Remember, however, in arranging structured settlements, insurers and self-insured employers have responsibilities under the Medicare Secondary Payer Act to comply with reporting and settlement rules. 

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