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Many businesses are focusing on environmental, social and governance issues to better align their processes and priorities with topics that matter to their stakeholders.
New trends in ecommerce fraud are emerging as criminals turn their attention to different schemes and additional groups of consumer victims.
RIMS President Patrick Sterling discusses how his presidential theme of courage is a trait that unites risk professionals.
Originally passed to protect construction workers from dangers such as serious falls or falling objects, the Scaffold Law imposes strict liability on property owners and contractors in the event of an elevation-related accident.
As people return to travel, these steps can help hotels ensure guest and staff safety.
Compensation for risk professionals increased, reflecting the value bsuinesses place on risk management.
A recent court ruling on “take-home” COVID claims could have broad liability implications.
The vast majority of companies have experienced a ransomware attack in the past year, with more than half paying costly ransoms.
The risk of extreme wildfires is increasing due to climate change and other factors.
Policyholders need to be aware of the legal principals governing "other insurance” to prevent delays or refusals to pay a claim.
Insurance may be able to provide coverage for businesses that have suffered financial loss from recent supply chain disruptions and other logistical issues.
Understanding how these charges and citations can affect claims against individuals or businesses is imperative for proper claims handling and resolution.