P&C Insurance Industry: A Retrospective 1987-2011
by Donna Galer
For 25 years, The John Liner Review has covered the risk management industry. What have we learned?
Employee Benefits Reserving and Financial Projections for Self-Insured and Captive Programs
by Steven Keshner
Actuaries assure all risks are covered by reserves.
Designing Liability Protection for Directors and Officers
by James D. Wing, Esq., and William E. Dixon
Most bylaw protections for directors and officers are outdated and insufficient when viewed in the light of current prosecutorial charging standards and recent case law.
Contractors and Consultants Face Increasingly Strict Environmental Laws
by Barbara Deas and William P. Hazelton
Environmental liabilities in the construction industry need insurance solutions.
Ten Trends in Workers Compensation You Can't Ignore
by Katherine E. Allnutt, Esq.
This article examines the workers compensation outlook for 2011 and 10 trends that should be heeded.
Insurance Strategies Column
by Diana Shafter Gliedman
Errors and omissions insurance policies protect against the risk of malpractice claims. Far too often, seeking coverage under these policies is rife with risk of its own.
Risk Management and Capital Competition
ISO on Enterprise Risk Management
by Kenneth R. Rado, Robert J. Schneider, and Michael H. Hoffman
ERM should impact organizational efficiency by improving capital allocation.
Taking a Fall — the Aging Population and Slip, Trip, and Fall Prevention
by Helene Browning and Clayton Shoup
Fall prevention plans can reduce the severity and frequency of accidents at work.
by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
Examining the duty-to-read defense from a fairness standpoint.
A Field Guide to Workers' Compensation: A Holistic Approach to Improving the Health, Safety and Productivity of Human Capital
by Jean Lucey
This book provides advice on human capital management from 14 experts.