Ds&Os: Are They Really Covered?
by James D. Wing
D&O coverage may be seriously lacking when a director or officer is asked to testify in an internal investigation.
Create Underwriting Profits With Your Single-Parent Captive
by Donald J. Riggin
Single-parent captives can create underwriting profit by assuming more risk and avoiding overfunding.
The Effect of Current and Future Employment Liability Trends on Employers
by Robert E. Plunkett
Employers beware! EEOC charges and lawsuits are expected to increase in the next few years.
Avoid Becoming an EEOC Statistic
by Jann Browning
Take preventive steps to protect yourself from EEOC charges.
Solving the Business Income Coinsurance Quandary
by Jerome Trupin
Completion of the Business Income Report/Work Sheet is essential in obtaining agreed value coverage. Here is a guide to filling out the Work Sheet.
Understanding the Data Life Cycle for the Effective Analysis of Risk
by Keith M. Higdon
Understanding the life cycle of data leads to maximum program efficiency and effectiveness.
Why a Reservation of Rights Letter Is a Reservation for Trouble
by David A. Shaneyfelt
A reservation of rights letter can pit insurer vs. insured when coverage is uncertain.
Integrating Enterprise Risk Management Into the Company and the Community
ISO on Enterprise Risk Management
by Kenneth R. Rado and Robert J. Schneider
Enterprise risk management coordinates with other departments in the company and with the community to reduce risks for all.
Slippery Slopes: Strategies for Mitigating Slips, Trips, and Falls
by Helene Browning and A.V. Riswadkar
Many slips, trips, and falls, a leading cause of injury, can be prevented by proper installation and maintenance of floor surfaces.
On the Industry Coverage of University RMI Programs: Is There an Eastern Bias?
by by J. Tim Query
A growing number of risk management and insurance programs in the West and Southwest deserve the attention given to their counterparts in the East.
Bum Rap Du Jour
by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
If words used in insurance policies mean what they say, but you don't like the meaning, do the words then become "ambiguous"? This author thinks not.