Publications Advertising Editor's Blog Contact Us Events Calendar Classified Ads Subscriber Forums Subscriber Services

Risk Management
Workers Compensation

Which technologies are you likely to spend the most money on to serve your accounts, your business, or your clients in 2015?

Mobile devices, such as tablets and smart phones
Predictive analytic software
Cloud services
Social media

View Results

Sign up to receive Standard Publishing’s monthly insurance insights.


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

Click here for instant access to the online edition.

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.

Click here to see what's featured in the current edition.

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
Corporate Internal Investigations, The Fifth Amendment, And Advancement Of Defense Costs For Executives – A Special Report (JLL 1/15)

Many directors and officers believe that if their corporation has procured directors and officers liability insurance in a reasonable amount, they are not taking substantial personal risk by serving. Rarely, however, do they consider their risk of criminal exposure. This Letter is not written to frighten them. Rather, its purpose is to educate executives and corporate counsel, risk managers, and insurance agents and brokers about new issues and realities that accompany the increasing criminalization of actions of innocent executives that traditional corporate bylaws and executive protection programs do not comprehensively address. 

CSR Advisor
The CSR Advisor (CSR 1/15)

In this issue: Coverage notes: Conditions in crime insurance policiesIndustry insight: Earthquakes and lack of coverage implicationsProfessional growth: Writing an agency blogA look at the law: Individual adjuster can be sued by policyholder;  Test your knowledge: Carbon monoxide and pollution exclusionsTwo-minute memo: Company business on your smart phoneMonthly quiz: Mergers and acquisitions

Workers Compensation Outlook
Managing and Insuring Construction Exposures (WCO 1/15)

Workers compensation injuries and fatalities in the construction industry cost millions of dollars each year. Due to higher claims frequency and severity, construction risks pay higher workers compensation insurance rates than many other types of business. This issue of Workers Compensation Outlook addresses the hazards associated with construction work and offers specific safety tips. We also discuss other exposures, such as verifying coverage for subcontractors and potentially important endorsements to consider. 

Special Reports and Articles for Purchase
Articles from recent issues of The John Liner Review are now available for purchase. Click here.

When workers compensation rates go up, get the reference you can count on.

Home  |   Contact Us

©2014 Copyright Standard Publishing Corporation. All rights reserved.
155 Federal Street, 13th Floor, Boston, MA 02110 Phone: (617) 457-0600, (800) 682-5759, Fax: (617) 457-0608