The New Risk Management Paradox:
Social Trends, Risk Management, and Public Policy
by Gerald F. Ladner
The insurance industry has a responsibility to face current social trends head-on and to affect public policy in ways commensurate with good risk management.
Going Global — Emerging International Issues for Environmental Programs
by Karl J. Russek and William P. Hazelton
In this increasingly global economy, companies need to carefully consider the environmental risks and regulations and the insurance requirements in every country in which they operate.
Captives for the Middle Market
by Don MacMeekin
Middle market companies currently have the opportunity to use captives to meet their unique insurance and risk management needs.
Trade Dress Infringement Litigation:
An Identification of Potential Coverage Issues
by William J. Warfel
Alleged trade dress infringement is often tied to advertising injury, which may be covered by a commercial general liability policy.
Risk Management Considerations in Regard to Corporate E-mail and Electronic Documents
by Albert Kassis
E-mails and electronic data (electronically stored information — ESI) are now integral to litigation and investigations.
Mitigating the Risk of Hiring and Payroll Fraud
by Donald J. Fergus
Reducing the risk of hiring and payroll fraud requires vigilance, internal controls, and proactive hiring practices.
Loss Development for the Non-Claims Person
by David F. Brauer
Understanding loss development is critical to attempting to manage program costs and collateral requirements.
The 80% Solution: Broadening Supply-Chain Risk Management as Practical Enterprise Risk Management
ISO on Enterprise Risk Management
by Kenneth R. Rado and Robert J. Schneider
In most enterprises, expanding the application of risk management to as many supply-chain operations as possible may offer the most practical method of implementing ERM's major components.
The ERM Machine: Has Risk Management Lost Its Way?
by Rick Vassar
Enterprise risk management can be saved, but only if there is a commitment to return to the traditional roots of risk management.
D&O Insurance — Are You Getting the Coverage You Thought You Bought?
by Jeffrey E. Glen
Even with Side A and Side B D&O coverage and a difference in conditions policy, payment of defense costs may not occur.
Sherman in the Courtroom
by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
Litigation can be considered a modified form of warfare. Many of the same principles can be applied to a lawsuit.