Ten Questions About Chinese Drywall
by Rodney J. Taylor
The removal of contaminated Chinese drywall from completed homes and commercial structures will be an expensive and time-consuming process.
Beyond "Nonadmitted": A Closer Look at Trends Affecting Today's Multinational Insurance Programs
by Suresh Krishnan
Multinational business insurance must evolve past the "broad form" policy to withstand regulatory scrutiny.
Proper Preparation for Doing Business in a Foreign Country
by Gregg Bundschuh, J.D.
Firms in the design and construction industry, as well as those in many other sectors, need local advisors and proper insurance coverage when doing business overseas.
Finding Weaknesses Before They Do: Exception-Based Systems and Fraud
by Jonathan E. Turner
The weaknesses of exception-based reporting systems: bad data yield bad results.
Contractors' Commercial General Liability Coverage in Peril
by Arthur L. Flitner
Adverse court decisions and exclusionary endorsements threaten building contractors' coverage for defective work performed by subcontractors.
Abundant Claims Information: Boon or Bane?
by Gary Jennings
Computerized claim management has created data overload for insureds and may slow decision-making.
Insurance Certificate Disclaimers — A Tutorial
by William J. Warfel and Stanley R. Adamson
Certificates of insurance are snapshots of coverage on a specific day and not reliable evidence of policy limitations.
Recognizing the Value of ERM
by Donna Galer
Organizations that practice ERM are better business partners and better investments.
Security for Contract Performance
by Kevin J. Connolly
The world has come to reject surety bonds and to embrace IFAs, and American businesses ignore these instruments at their peril.
ERM's Shadow: Why Private Enterprise Needs Its Own Definition of Cyber War
ISO on Enterprise Risk Management
by Kenneth R. Rado, Robert J. Schneider, and Michael H. Hoffman
Cyber war has the potential to catastrophically affect business operations, and we are unprepared for the impact.
Bye H1N1? Using Lessons Learned to Stengthen Planning for the Influenza Pandemic Threat
by Clayton S. Shoup
Using a decision matrix strategy to implement your business continuity plan during a pandemic.
Above and Beyond
by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
What it would be like if our career achievements were displayed like war medals.