Managing Through the Turbulence
by Donna Galer
As the economy stabilizes, well-managed insurers are in a position to grow.
Surviving in Turbulent Times
by Jerry Theodorou
"The survey says ..." Management-level employees of insurance companies rate many risks and how well their company manages such risks.
Managing the Complex Challenges of a Global Insurance Program: Foreign Clinical Trials Case Study
by Lee W. Farrow and Robert J. Gaffney
Clinical trials present unique risk management challenges -- and when they are conducted overseas, the demands on risk managers become more complex.
The Future of Class Actions in the European Union
by John Evans, James Barratt, and Collette Rawnsley
The U.K. Office of Fair Trading has made many recommendations aimed at preventing the development of a U.S.-style "litigation culture."
Consumer Product Safety Notification Requirements: Section 15 of the Consumer Product Safety Act
by Eric A. Rubel
Consumer products should be safer than ever after expansion of rules for reporting faulty products and increased penalties for noncompliance.
Changing Perspectives on Chemical Product Risks
by Monica M. Welt and Elizabeth L. Anderson
Scientific advances in chemical detection have had an impact on current toxic tort litigation.
ERM and Pandemics, Part 2 The Military Model: Changing the Outcome
ISO on Enterprise Risk Management
by Kenneth R. Rado, Robert J. Schneider, and Michael H. Hoffman
Private enterprise can learn from the military in dealing with a pandemic.
Best Practices in Enterprise Risk Technology
ERM Process and Technology
by Angus Rhodes and Laurie Champion
Taking an enterprisewide view of risk requires technological support.
Recession-Proofing Work Force Productivity: How Employers Are Managing Disability in a Downturn Economy
by Tammy Bradly
How a company manages disability during a recession can have long-term repercussions when the economy turns around.
"Death of Company": Insurance Coverage in Bankruptcy
by Joshua Gold
An insurer may not deny a claim due to the insured's bankruptcy. If a claim denial led directly to bankruptcy, the insurer may be liable to the insured for damages.
Product Degradation: When New Becomes Old
by Peter Dion
Product degradation can occur throughout the life cycle of a product, presenting risks to consumers and manufacturers..
Do Clothes Make the Man?
by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
The "World's Best Dressed" fraudster was a fraudster nonetheless.