Corporate Social Responsibility in China
by John S. Ingram
Corporate social responsibility is receiving increasing attention in China, particularly from the government and state-owned enterprises.
Clearly Differentiating Between the Old and New Models of Risk Management:
A Discussion of ERM Today
by Donna Galer
Enterprise risk management (ERM) is an evolving concept. As organizations are increasingly judged on how well they are implementing ERM, doing it well is urgent.
Business Interruption, Enterprise Risk Management, and Supply-Chain Risks
by John W. Schaefer
Risk managers are moving beyond insurance responsibilities to deal with enterprisewide issues, including business continuity planning.
Dealing With the "Unknown"
by Mark Jablonowski
The existence of risks that may exist, but about which we have absolutely no knowledge, presents challenges for risk management.
The Infrastructure to Automate Claims and Risk Management
by Kathleen Burns and Randy Wheeler
Effective claims and risk management systems require up to date IT infrastructures that provide seamless integration of data, systems and people.
Builders Risk and Installation Form:
Inland Marine Insurance or Property Insurance?
by William J. Warfel and Jeffrey J. Asperger
Whether a policy provides inland marine or property insurance is of utmost importance when warranties are breached.
Insurance Coverage for TCPA and FACTA Claims
by John D. Shugrue and Kevin B. Dreher
Claims under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act raise similar issues regarding commercial general liability coverage.
Insurer Spam: How to Communicate to Agents Effectively
by Thomas E. Nelson and Oliver Nelson
If insurers want their email messages to be read and acted upon, there are certain principles of communication they need to follow.
Obtaining Coverage for Patent Infringement Claims Involving Advertising Technologies
by John Ellison and Jeremy Heinnickel
Two recent cases have opened the door for CGL coverage when the allegedly infringed patents involved advertising technology.
Radio Silence and the Dual Role of Arbitrators
by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
When and how party appointed arbitrators are allowed to communicate with the parties reflects the dual roles of arbitrators as advocates and impartial decision makers.