Product Recalls: Recall Prevention Strategies to Reduce Product Liability Risk
by Arthur Miller, Bradley Murlick, and Melanie Neumann
Upstream suppliers can cause a firm to recall a product. Plans should be in place to minimize risk from suppliers and to conduct an effective recall when required.
Emerging Solutions for Risk Transfer in Product Liability
by Andrea Tecce, James Deaver, and Robert Jacobs
Product-related liability risks can often be transferred through old-fashioned insurance or more innovative methods.
Asbestos Claims and Litigation
by Robin Cantor, Mary Lyman, and Richard Reiss
Mass tort litigation surrounding asbestos claims is the poster child for product liability issues.
New on the Horizon: Nanotechnology
by Lynn L. Bergeson
The uncertainties surrounding nanotechnology may lead to potential product liabilities in the future.
Strategic Enterprise Risk Management and Pharmaceuticals
by Cathy Burgess, Steve Niedelman, and John Fleder
One of the fundamental requirements for pharmaceutical risk management is that quality, safety, and effectiveness must be built into a product.
Perspectives From Europe: A Pan-European Tour of a Changing Landscape
by John Evans, James Barratt, and Collette Rawnsley
Product liability issues are managed somewhat differently in the European Union than in the United States, in part due to the new European Product Safety Directive.
Private Product-Risk Assessment and the Role of Government
by E. Donald Elliott and Gail Charnley Elliott
The U.S. laws regarding strict liability create incentives for manufacturers to conduct appropriate testing of products before putting them on the market.
Enterprise Risk Management and Pandemic Outbreaks
ISO on Enterprise Risk Management
by Kenneth R. Rado and Robert J. Schneider
When the Spanish flu hit in 1918, there was no ERM. If ERM principles has been applied, would the outcome have been different?
Balancing the Risks of Remote Working: Walking the Telecommuting Line
by Amit Riswadkar and A.V. Riswadkar
Telecommuting comes with its own risks regarding security and worker safety. Here's how to handle some of those risks.
Insurance Coverage for the Alleged Sale of Counterfeit Goods
by Diana Shafter Gliedman and Kanishka Agarwala
Alleged trademark counterfeiting may be covered under older or currently endorsed CGL policies.
The Near Impossibility of Anti-Insurer Polemics
by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
Kidnap and ransom insurance is not as "impossible" as some attorneys for insureds contend. This attorney for insurers offers a rebuttal.