Recent storms show how urbanization magnifies the impact of natural catastrophes.
Now that pollution legal liability policies are widening the scope of potential coverage, issues of notice and disclosure are the likeliest flashpoints for coverage disputes.
A Texas federal court recently ordered an insurer to reimburse an oil and gas company for costs and expenses incurred while defending against environmental claims.
When responding to a product recall, companies need to understand insurance coverage options.
Tailoring cybersecurity training for employees can dramatically boost security company-wide.
Information technology assets are now often as valuable as property assets, if not more so, but insurance protection lags.
The Day of the Glitch highlighted the alarming amount of our infrastructure that is vulnerable.
Researchers assessed the preparedness of 15 Canadian cities to encourage flood resilience efforts and benchmark progress.
Has climate change had any effect on the hurricanes driving catastrophe market losses?
Policyholders facing losses due to civil unrest should work diligently to identify potentially responsive insurance coverage.
When employees express opinions in public forums, their personal biases can threaten the entire company’s reputation.
How do employers balance the fairness of advancement opportunities with the obligation to keep employees safe?
The Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2015 features a number of changes that influence terrorism loss exposure.
Critical improvements to food safety regulation have so far been undercut by Congress.
Attorney Tracy Alan Saxe discusses one of the ways property owners miss out on claims.
Employees traveling abroad must take the proper precautions to avoid a kidnapping incident.