Accidents involving freight trains carrying crude oil have prompted a new focus on rail safety.
Many businesses could find themselves priced out of the terrorism insurance market if TRIA is allowed to expire.
As U.S.-style regulations take hold in other countries, corporate directors and officers are becoming a popular target for litigation.
Disruptive behaviors in health care settings can have serious repercussions.
Disruptive behaviors in health care settings can have serious repercussions on patient safety and the quality of care.
In the insurance world, modest year-over-year rate increases have led many to declare the soft market to be over.
Two key defense strategies continue to make it difficult for plaintiffs to prevail in climate change liability cases.
While captive insurance companies can serve very useful purposes, the benefits can be difficult to realize when companies expect them to function as “plug-and-play” solutions.
Risk management is commonplace within corporations, but houses of worship are lagging behind.