The Rise of Systemic Risk
by Lawrence Pistell
Complex systemic risks call for broad systemic solutions. Some insurers are stepping up to meet the challenges.
Political Risk: Balancing the Risks and Rewards of Emerging Markets
by Fredrik Mürer
Emerging markets offer the promise of strong growth, but the rapidly evolving political risks are too often overlooked.
New EPL Insurance Programs Are Filling a Coverage Gap
by Anthony J. Trivella
Claims for age bias, racial discrimination, sexual harassment -- getting hit with a suit can cripple a company. Here's how to protect your business.
Pandemic Influenza-Act Now!
by A.V. Riswadkar and Clayton S. Shoup
To survive a pandemic, businesses need a flexible and robust business continuity plan.
Finding and Proving Lost Insurance Coverage
by William G. Passannante and Sheila Mulrennan
Environmental issues can lead to claims against old policies. Do you know where your proof of coverage is? Includes appendix of sample historic insurance audit.
Stock Option Backdating Claims: Are They Covered?
by David E. Wood, Esq.
Employee stock option backdating is a hot topic right now. How can a company protect itself from SEC charges and resultant lawsuits?
Too Many Words Obsure The Truth
by Thomas E. Nelson
Insurance notices intended to inform contain so much useless information that the insured is overwhelmed by excess verbiage. Here's how insurers could better serve their customers.
Salvage Supply and Demand: A Catastrophic Case Study
by Dan Parsley
After a catastrophe, the supply of damaged construction equipment rises. So does the demand. A savvy salvor brings buyers and sellers together.
by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
A rule of law embodied in a line of decided cases is every bit as authoritative as a rule of law embodied in a statute.