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The John Liner Review
Summer 2011: Controlling the Risk
Lessons Learned From the Disaster in Japan by Bruce E. Wimmer
Errors & Omissions "Hotspots" and How to Address Them by Curtis M. Pearsall and James T. Scamby, Esq.
The Impact of Budgetary Constraints on the Risk Management Function in Higher Education by J. Tim Query
Transitioning to the Motor Carrier Coverage Form: A Scenario-Based Truck Claims Comparison by Arthur L. Flitner and Carl R. Sadler
Property Insurance Appraisals: May Appraisers Consider Causation? by Costantino P. Suriano and William D. Wilson
Social Media: The Business Benefits May Be Enormous, But Can the Risks - Reputational, Legal, Operational - Be Mitigated? by Toby Merrill, Kenneth Latham, Richard Santalesa, Esq., and David Navetta, Esq.
INSURANCE STRATEGIES: Floodwaters Coverage
ISO ON ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT: Managing Catastrophe Risk
LOSS CONTROL: Product Liability Risks
INSURANCE LAW: Good or Bad
Spring 2011: Twenty-Five Years in the Field.
P&C Insurance Industry: A Retrospective 1987-2011 by Donna Galer
Employee Benefits Reserving and Financial Projections for Self-Insured and Captive Programs by Steven Keshner
Designing Liability Protection for Directors and Officers by James D. Wing, Esq. and William E. Dixon
Contractors and Consultants Face Increasingly Strict Environmental Laws by Barbara Deas and William P. Hazelton
Ten Trends in Workers Compensation You Can't Ignore by Katherine E. Allnutt, Esq.
INSURANCE STRATEGIES: Omission Impossible? by Diana Gliedman
ISO ON ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT:
Risk Management and Capital Competition by Kenneth R. Rado, Robert J. Schneider and Michael H. Hoffman
LOSS CONTROL: Taking a Fall-the Aging Population and Slip, Trip, and Fall Prevention by Helene Browning and Clayton Shoup
INSURANCE LAW: Broker Beware by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
BOOK REVIEW: A Field Guide to Workers' Compensation: A Holistic Approach to Improving the Health, Safety and Productiivity of Human Capital by Jean Lucey
Winter 2011: Overconfidence, Underplanning and Overpaying
Overconfidence When Assessing Risk Can Lead to Unintended Consequences by Geary W. Sikich
Pre-Emergency Planning: Is the Devil in the Details? by Judith Burns
Applying Regulatory Science Concepts to Risk-Based Decisions Under the New U.S. Tobacco Control Act by Jim Solyst
Walking the Minefield: Navigating Anti-Indemnity Statutes and Maximizing Third-Party Contractual Indemnification for Construction Contracts by Tracy Alan Saxe and Ashley Rose Adams
Forcing an Insurance Company to Pay Legal Fees for the Coverage Fight: A Study of State Laws by William G. Passannante, Esq., and Marc T. Ladd, Esq.
Directors and Officers Liability and Insurance Update 2011 by Susanne Mast Murray and Fred T. Podolsky
INSURANCE STRATEGIES: Don't Settle Away Your Excess Insurance Coverage Dennis J. Artese, Esq. and Marc T. Ladd, Esq.
ISO ON ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT: A Conversation with Jim Noble
LOSS CONTROL: Employers: Are You Exposed to Liability Risks from the Use of Independent Contractors? by Helene Browning and A.V. Riswadkar
INSURANCE LAW: QED by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
Fall 2010: Disaster! Repercussions and Lessons from the BP Spill, Workers Comp Exclusivity under Attack, Solar Storm Warnings, Surviving Arbitration, and Tips for M&A Insurance Lapses
Risk and Insurance in a Post-Gulf Catastrophe World by James W. Hutchin and Norman A. Baglini
Will BPs Catastrophe in the Gulf Be the Defining Moment for Oil Industry Executives? by Geary W. Sikich
Business Continuity Planning: Lessons Learned from a Decade of Mega-Disasters by Victor Gordon
Mergers and Acquisitions - Insurance Issues by Gregg Bundschuh, J.D.
Application of the Workers Compensation Exclusivity Rule Under Wrap-Up Insurance Programs by David G. Jordan and Jeffrey J. Vita
INSURANCE STRATEGIES: Arbitration of Insurance Coverage Disputes: A Policyholders Definitive Survival Guide by John G. Nevius, Esq., P.E., and Peter A. Halprin, Esq.
ISO ON ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT: Risk Management As a Competitive Advantage by Kenneth R. Rado, Robert J. Schneider, and Michael H. Hoffman
LOSS CONTROL: What Is Your SPF Level? by A.V. Riswadkar and Robert Dobbins
INSURANCE LAW: Sins of Omission by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
Summer 2010: Current Risks, Trends, and Instructions
Ten Questions About Chinese Drywall by Rodney J. Taylor
Beyond "Nonadmitted": A Closer Look at Trends Affecting Today's Multinational Insurance Programs by Suresh Krishnan
Proper Preparation for Doing Business in a Foreign Country by Gregg Bundschuh, J.D.
Finding Weaknesses Before They Do: Exception-Based Systems and Fraud by Jonathan E. Turner
Contractors' Commercial General Liability Coverage in Peril by Arthur L. Flitner
Abundant Claims Information: Boon or Bane? by Gary Jennings
Insurance Certificate Disclaimers — A Tutorial by William J. Warfel and Stanley R. Adamson
Recognizing the Value of ERM by Donna Galer
INSURANCE STRATEGIES: Security for Contract Performance by Kevin J. Connolly
ISO ON ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT: Security for Contract Performance by Kenneth R. Rado, Robert J. Schneider, and Michael H. Hoffman
LOSS CONTROL: Bye H1N1? Using Lessons Learned to Stengthen Planning for the Influenza Pandemic Threat by Clayton S. Shoup
INSURANCE LAW: Above and Beyond by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
Spring 2010 Diverse Risks, Varied Solutions
Ds&Os: Are They Really Covered? by James D. Wing
Create Underwriting Profits With Your Single-Parent Captive by Donald J. Riggin
The Effect of Current and Future Employment Liability Trends on Employers by Robert E. Plunkett
Avoid Becoming an EEOC Statistic by Jann Browning
Solving the Business Income Coinsurance Quandary by Jerome Trupin
Understanding the Data Life Cycle for the Effective Analysis of Risk by Keith M. Higdon
INSURANCE STRATEGIES: Why a Reservation of Rights Letter Is a Reservation for Trouble by David A. Shaneyfelt
ISO ON ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT: Integrating Enterprise Risk Management Into the Company and the Community by Kenneth R. Rado and Robert J. Schneider
LOSS CONTROL: Slippery Slopes: Strategies for Mitigating Slips, Trips, and Falls Helene Browning and A.V. Riswadkar
COMMENTARY: On the Industry Coverage of University RMI Programs: Is There an Eastern Bias? by J. Tim Query
INSURANCE LAW: Bum Rap Du Jour by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
Winter 2010: D&O, E&O, and Cyber Risks
The D&O Insurance Market Today by Fred T. Podolsky and Susanne Mast Murray, Esq.
Important International Developments in Executive Liability by Carol A.N. Zacharias
Agent/Broker Liability: A Tutorial for Commercial Policyholders William J. Warfel
Room to Breathe: The "Return" of the Insurer's Right of Discretion in Claims Handling by C.J. Haddick, Esq.
Nonprofits' Most Important Insurance Protection: A General Guide by Richard G. Clarke
Risk Management and the Digital Revolution: A Practical Guide for Meeting the New Information Challenge by Richard Levick and Dallas Lawrence
Industrial Control System Security - Current Trends and Risk Mitigation by Donald J. Fergus
INSURANCE STRATEGIES: How to Avoid Collateral Damage to Your Workers Compensation Program by Alex D. Hardiman
ISO ON ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT: Cyber War, ERM, and the Supply Chain by Robert J. Schneider, Kenneth R. Rado and, Michael H. Hoffman
LOSS CONTROL: Medications in Water "Take two glasses of water and call me in the morning." by Steve Knutson, A.V. Riswadkar, Jurg Schmid, and Florian Hiller
INSURANCE LAW: Lost Causes and Casi Belli by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
Fall 2009: Turbulence, Trials, and Toxic Torts
Managing Through the Turbulence by Donna Galer
Surviving in Turbulent Times by Jerry Theodorou
Managing the Complex Challenges of a Global Insurance Program: Foreign Clinical Trials Case Study by Lee W. Farrow and Robert J. Gaffney
The Future of Class Actions in the European Union by John Evans, James Barratt, and Collette Rawnsley
Consumer Product Safety Notification Requirements: Section 15 of the Consumer Product Safety Act by Eric A. Rubel
Changing Perspectives on Chemical Product Risks by Monica M. Welt and Elizabeth L. Anderson
ISO ON ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT: ERM and Pandemics, Part 2 The Military Model: Changing the Outcome by Kenneth R. Rado and Robert J. Schneider, and Michael H. Hoffman
ERM PROCESS AND TECHNOLOGY: Best Practices in Enterprise Risk Technology by Angus Rhodes and Laurie Champion
COMMENTARY: Recession-Proofing Work Force Productivity: How Employers Are Managing Disability in a Downturn Economy by Tammy Bradly
INSURANCE STRATEGIES: "Death of Company": Insurance Coverage in Bankruptcy by Joshua Gold
LOSS CONTROL: Product Degradation: When New Becomes Old by Peter Dion
INSURANCE LAW: Do Clothes Make the Man? by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
Summer 2009: Product Liability
Product Recalls: Recall Prevention Strategies to Reduce Product Liability Risk by Arthur Miller, Bradley Murlick, and Melanie Neumann
Emerging Solutions for Risk Transfer in Product Liability by Andrea Tecce, James Deaver, and Robert Jacobs
Asbestos Claims and Litigation by Robin Cantor, Mary Lyman, and Richard Reiss
New on the Horizon: Nanotechnology by Lynn L. Bergeson
Strategic Enterprise Risk Management and Pharmaceuticals by Cathy Burgess, Steve Niedelman, and John Fleder
Perspectives From Europe: A Pan-European Tour of a Changing Landscape John Evans, James Barratt, and Collette Rawnsley
Private Product-Risk Assessment and the Role of Government by E. Donald Elliott and Gail Charnley Elliott
ISO ON ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT: Enterprise Risk Management and Pandemic Outbreaks by Kenneth R. Rado and Robert J. Schneider
COMMENTARY: Balancing the Risks of Remote Working: Walking the Telecommuting Line by Amit Riswadkar and A.V. Riswadkar
INSURANCE STRATEGIES: Insurance Coverage for the Alleged Sale of Counterfeit Goods by Diana Shafter Gliedman and Kanishka Agarwala
INSURANCE LAW: The Near Impossibility of Anti-Insurer Polemics by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
Spring 2009: Coverages and Strategies
Climate Change Is Heating Up D&O Liability by Carol A.N. Zacharias
Corporate Responses to D&O Indemnification Following Schoon v. Troy by Costa N. Kensington and Wendy Williamson
The Need for Cooperative Electronic Discovery in Mid-Size Cases by William W. Belt, Jr., and Mark S. Yacano
The Marriage of Workers Compensation and Employment Practices Liability Insurance in Maine by Donald V. Hale and Allan M. Muir, Esq.
Financing Your Risk Program -- 2009 by David F. Brauer
Forecasting Mesothelioma: Improvements in the Nicholson Methodology Are Better Predictors of the Recent Past by Jessica B. Horewitz and Jorge Sirgo
Do You Want a Side Agreement to Go With That Insurance Policy? by John G. Nevius
LOSS CONTROL: Cell Phone Liability for Employers by James Noble and A.V. Riswadkar
ISO ON ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT: Enterprise Risk Management and the Betting Man by Kenneth R. Rado and Robert J. Schneider
COMMENTARY: How to Keep Tabs on Your Insurers by David Collings and Barbara Sable
INSURANCE LAW: Arson Law and Disorder by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
Winter 2009: Coverages and Strategies
Insurance for Cyber Exposures: Coming of Age in the New Millennium by Richard G. Clarke
The D&O Insurance Market Today by Susanne Mast Murray and Fred T. Podolsky
Separating the Nuts From the Bolts: Insurance Coverage for Products Liability Claims Alleging Property Damage by by Kevin Dreher
The "Auto" and "Mobile Equipment" Changes in General Liability and Commercial Auto Policies by Arthur L. Flitner
Turning "Silver" Into "Gold": Strategies for Working With the Ever-Growing Aging Work Force by Jeff Chilcott, Renee Mattaliano, Lance Perry, A.V. Riswadkar, and Clayton Shoup
Leased Employees and Other Contingent Workers: Panacea or Pandora's Box? by Tacita A. Mikel Scott and E. Abena Antwi
ISO ON ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT: The Product Quality Challenge and ERM by Kenneth R. Rado and Robert J. Schneider
INSURANCE STRATEGIES: The Claim Game by Diana Shafter Gliedman
INSURER INSOLVENCY: How to Maximize Coverage When Your Insurer Is Declared Insolvent by Kimberly Winter
INSURANCE LAW: Lloyd's of Hollywood by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
Fall 2008: Emerging and Ongoing Issues
The New Risk Management Paradox: Social Trends, Risk Management, and Public Policy by Gerald F. Ladner
Going Global — Emerging International Issues for Environmental Programs by Karl J. Russek and William P. Hazelton
Captives for the Middle Market by Don MacMeekin
Trade Dress Infringement Litigation: An Identification of Potential Coverage Issues by William J. Warfel
Risk Management Considerations in Regard to Corporate E-mail and Electronic Documents by Albert Kassis
Mitigating the Risk of Hiring and Payroll Fraud by Donald J. Fergus
Loss Development for the Non-Claims Person by David F. Brauer
ISO ON ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT: The 80% Solution: Broadening Supply-Chain Risk Management as Practical Enterprise Risk Management by Kenneth R. Rado and Robert J. Schneider
COMMENTARY: The ERM Machine: Has Risk Management Lost Its Way? by Rick Vassar
INSURANCE STRATEGIES: D&O Insurance — Are You Getting the Coverage You Thought You Bought? by Jeffrey E. Glen
INSURANCE LAW: Lloyd's of Hollywood by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
Summer 2008: Emerging and Ongoing Issues
Pandemic: How Unprepared Are We? by Geary W. Sikich
Managing the Emerging Risks of Nanotechnology by Connie Germano
London 2012: Olympic Risk, Risk Management, and Olymponomics by Will Jennings
Managing the Risks of Patents: Changes on the Horizon for Business Method Patents by John R. Harris
The Regulation of Captives by Michael R. Mead
E-Discovery Rules and Risks: Understanding the Real-World Rules for the Virtual World of Electronic Documentation by Mike Herlihy and Gregg Bundschuh
INSURANCE STRATEGIES: Directors and Officers Insurance Coverage for Subprime Liabilities: We Have Been Here Before by James Fournier
AGENT-BROKER PERSPECTIVE: "Satisficing" Is Not Satisfying in the Long Run by Thomas E. Nelson
COVERAGE ISSUES: "Certificates of Insurance" and "Additional Insured" Coverage: Maximize Value and Avoid Pitfalls by Robyn Anderson
INSURANCE LAW: On Visibility and Reputational Damage Control by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
Spring 2008: Risk Management for Persons, Places, and Property
Managing Property Terrorism Risk by Jill Dalton
Environmental Insurance for Former Military Bases by Robert P. Hallenbeck, Jr.
Contracts: Risk Management Issues and Solutions by R. Scott Ecker
The True Cost to Rebuild to Code by Christopher J. Boggs
Food Allergy Risks in the Hospitality Industry by Diana Craig, A.V. Riswadkar, and FAAN
Financial Service Opportunities in the Arabian Gulf by Michael R. Koblenz and Russell Witten
INSURANCE LAW: A Question of Procedure by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
INSURANCE STRATEGIES: Limitations on Attorney-Client Privilege by Marshall Gilinsky, Esq.
AGENT-BROKER PERSPECTIVE: Minimizing Collection of Worthless Data by Thomas E. Nelson
ISSUES IN EMPLOYMENT: Employment Practices Liability Insurance: A Primer by Frances Railey
COMMENTARY: Next Steps Toward a More Practical ERM Application by Kenneth R. Rado and Robert J. Schneider
Winter 2008: International Risks and Specific Coverages
Corporate Responsibility in China by John S. Ingram
Enterprise Risk Management Today by Donna Galer
ERM and Supply-Chain Risks by John W. Schaefer
Dealing With the Unknown by Mark Jablonowski
Information Velocity by Kathleen Burns and Randy Wheeler
Builders Risk: Inland Marine or Property Insurance by William J. Warfel and Jeffrey J. Asperger
AGENT-BROKER PERSPECTIVE: Effective Communication With Agents by Thomas E. Nelson and Oliver Nelson
INSURANCE STRATEGIES: Coverage for Patent Infringement Claims by John Ellison and Jeremy Heinnickel
INSURANCE LAW: Radio Silence and the Dual Role of Arbitrators by Eugene Wollan, Esq.
Fall 2007: Global Risks and Insurance Coverages
The Rise of Systemic Risk by Lawrence Pistell
Political Risk in Emerging Markets by Fredrik Mürer
EPL Coverage for Smaller Companies by Anthony J. Trivella
Pandemic Influenza and Continuity Planning by A.V. Riswadkar and Clayton S. Shoup
Insurance Archaeology by William G. Passannante and Sheila Mulrennan
Stock Option Backdating Claims by David E. Wood, Esq.
AGENT-BROKER PERSPECTIVE: Too Many Words Obscure Meaning by Thomas E. Nelson
LOSS CONTROL: Salvage Supply and Demand by Dan Parsley
INSURANCE LAW: Judge-Made Law by Eugene Wollan, Esq.